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2 Translation results for dim in Spanish

verb | adjective

dim verb

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dimmed, has dimmed, is dimming, dims
atenuar (la luz), nublar (la vista), borrar (la memoria), opacar (una superficie); oscurecerse, apagarse
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When the lights are dimmed, the movie is about to start.

Example sentences of
dim verb

  • The latest setback has dimmed hopes of an early settlement.
  • Hopes of an early settlement have dimmed.

dim adjective

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oscuro, tenue (dícese de la luz), nublado (dícese de la vista), borrado (dícese de la memoria); deslustrado; tonto, torpe

Example sentences of
dim adjective

  • Just the dim outline of the building could be seen through the fog.
  • I have a dim memory of your last visit.

Synonyms of
dim adjective

Detailed synonyms for dim adjective

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Reverse translation for dim

atenuar  (la luz) - to extenuate, to mitigate, to dim (light), to tone down (colors), to minimize, to lessen 
nublar  (la vista) - to cloud, to obscure 
borrar  (la memoria) - to erase, to blot out 
opacar  (una superficie) - to make opaque or dull, to outshine, to overshadow 
oscurecerse  - to darken, to dim 
apagarse  - to go out, to fade, to wane, to die down 
oscuro  - dark, obscure 
tenue  (dícese de la luz) - tenuous, faint, weak, dim, light, fine, thin, slender 
nublado  (dícese de la vista) - cloudy, overcast, clouded, dim 
borrado  (dícese de la memoria)
deslustrado  - dull, lusterless 
tonto  - dumb, stupid, silly 
torpe  - clumsy, awkward, stupid, dull 
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