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Synonyms for deflate

Synonyms for deflate

to cause to be no longer believed or valued

Synonyms for deflate

collapse by releasing contained air or gas

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release contained air or gas from

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reduce or lessen the size or importance of

produce deflation in

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reduce or cut back the amount or availability of, creating a decline in value or prices

become deflated or flaccid, as by losing air

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However, in Section 5 we will come up with another proposal for the nonsymmetric case, which we think is better suited to deflate approximate eigenpairs.
The new hump, which manufacturers claim is the world's first 'intelligent' road hump was developed in Manchester to deflate for heavier vehicles like ambulances and fire engines, or for cars travelling under a set speed limit.
When the tire deflates, the vehicle rides on two small oval contact patches at the wheel rim.
It really deflates you when somebody scores an easy bucket on a full-court press situation where its like, `Man, all that work and then we give up that easy one.
As fluid exits the vesicle, this sac deflates, the surface tension of its membrane subsides, and the hole closes up again.
It deflates faster than other comparable balloon catheters and provides the physician with more ability for precise positioning during an EVAR procedure than ever before.
Using its exclusive Grocery Store Price Index (GSPI), the Food Institute deflates changes in the government's retail sales figures.
He tugged in vain at the rip cord which deflates the balloon but it was stuck.