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dim  Verb
  1. Translate "dim" to Spanish: oscurecer, obscurecer, eclipsar, ensombrecer, hacer indistinto, nublar, opacar
    English Synonyms of "dim": darken, eclipse, obscure, occult, befog, block out, blot out, cloud, shade, shadow
    Define meaning of "dim": Make dim or lusterless. ; Become or make darker.
  2. John dimmed his understanding, Juan nubló su entendimiento.
    Time had dimmed the silver.
    The screen darkend.
    He darkened the colors by adding brown.

  3. Translate "dim" to Spanish: perder intensidad, oscurecerse, apagarse, opacarse, palidecer
    English Synonyms of "dim": dim out, ebb away, grow down, grow down in intensity, lose intensity, ebb down, ebb off
    Define meaning of "dim": Become vague or indistinct. ; Become dim or lusterless. ; Become or make darker.
  4. The moon dimmed because of the clouds, La luna se opacó con las nubes.
    The distinction between the two theories blurred.
    The lights dimmed and the curtain rose.
    The screen darkend.
    He darkened the colors by adding brown.

  5. Translate "dim" to Spanish: atenuar, amortiguar, aplacar, paliar
    English Synonyms of "dim": diminish, reduce, deaden, extenuate, lessen, attenuate, muffle
    Define meaning of "dim": Switch (a car's headlights) from a higher to a lower beam.


  6. Translate "dim" to Spanish: deslucir
    English Synonyms of "dim": make look dull, spoil, dull, offset
    Define meaning of "dim": Make dim by comparison or conceal.

dim  Adjective
  1. Translate "dim" to Spanish: oscuro, obscuro, oscurecido, de poca luz, de pocas luces, opacado, crepuscular
    English Synonyms of "dim": dark, obscure, darkish, dusky, shadowy, darksome, subfusc
    Define meaning of "dim": Lacking in light; not bright or harsh. ; Made dim or less bright.; Lacking clarity or distinctness.
  2. A dim light beside the bed.
    Subdued lights and soft music.
    The dimmed houselights brought a hush of anticipation.
    Dimmed headlights.
    We like dimmed lights when we have dinner.
    A dim figure in the distance.
    Only a faint recollection.
    Shadowy figures in the gloom.
    Saw a vague outline of a building through the fog.
    A few wispy memories of childhood.

  3. Translate "dim" to Spanish: corto de luces, estúpido, obtuso, buey
    English Synonyms of "dim": empty-headed, stupid, block-headed, boneheaded, brainless, dense, dumb, foolish, daft, dozy
    Define meaning of "dim": Slow to learn or understand; lacking intellectual acuity.
  4. So dense he never understands anything I say to him.
    Never met anyone quite so dim.
    Although dull at classical learning, at mathematics he was uncommonly quick.
    Hackeray;.


  5. Translate "dim" to Spanish: débil, charro
    English Synonyms of "dim": faint, feeble, weak, enfeebled, feeble-bodied, flimsy, frail, lean
    Define meaning of "dim": Lacking in light; not bright or harsh. ; Made dim or less bright.
  6. A dim light beside the bed.
    Subdued lights and soft music.
    The dimmed houselights brought a hush of anticipation.
    Dimmed headlights.
    We like dimmed lights when we have dinner.

  7. Translate "dim" to Spanish: incomprensivo
    English Synonyms of "dim": uncomprehending, incomprehensive, little low on wattage
    Define meaning of "dim": Lacking understanding.

Verb Conjugation for "dim"
Gerund: dimming

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