Dampen


Concise Oxford English Dictionary
dampen
■ verb
make damp.
make less strong or intense. ▶reduce the amplitude of (a sound source).

dampener noun

EngMac
dampen
навлажнува, потиснува (чувства), се натопува; навлажува

English-Serbian dictionary
Dampen
Ovlaziti-Utuci

Concise Oxford Thesaurus
dampen
▶ verb
the rain dampened her face: MOISTEN, damp, wet, dew, water; poetic/literary bedew.
nothing could dampen her enthusiasm: LESSEN, decrease, diminish, reduce, moderate, damp, put a damper on, throw cold water on, cool, discourage; suppress, extinguish, quench, stifle, curb, limit, check, restrain, inhibit, deter.

dry, heighten.

Merriam-Webster Collegiate® Dictionary
damp·en
Pronunciation: ‘dam-pən
Function: verb
Inflected Form: damp·ened ; damp·en·ing \’damp-niŋ, ‘dam-pə-\
Date: 1547

transitive verb
1 : to check or diminish the activity or vigor of : DEADEN 2 : to make damp 3 : DAMP 1C
intransitive verb
1 : to become damp
2 : to become deadened or depressed
–damp·en·er \-nər\ noun

Dampen was last modified: July 7th, 2021 by Jovan Stosic

Dampen


Concise Oxford English Dictionary
dampen
■ verb
make damp.
make less strong or intense. ▶reduce the amplitude of (a sound source).

dampener noun

EngMac
dampen
навлажнува, потиснува (чувства), се натопува; навлажува

English-Serbian dictionary
Dampen
Ovlaziti-Utuci

Concise Oxford Thesaurus
dampen
▶ verb
the rain dampened her face: MOISTEN, damp, wet, dew, water; poetic/literary bedew.
nothing could dampen her enthusiasm: LESSEN, decrease, diminish, reduce, moderate, damp, put a damper on, throw cold water on, cool, discourage; suppress, extinguish, quench, stifle, curb, limit, check, restrain, inhibit, deter.

dry, heighten.

Merriam-Webster Collegiate® Dictionary
damp·en
Pronunciation: ‘dam-pən
Function: verb
Inflected Form: damp·ened ; damp·en·ing \’damp-niŋ, ‘dam-pə-\
Date: 1547

transitive verb
1 : to check or diminish the activity or vigor of : DEADEN 2 : to make damp 3 : DAMP 1C
intransitive verb
1 : to become damp
2 : to become deadened or depressed
–damp·en·er \-nər\ noun

Dampen was last modified: June 29th, 2021 by Jovan Stosic

Oomph

Concise Oxford English Dictionary
oomph
(also umph)
■ noun informal the quality of being exciting, energetic, or sexually attractive.

1930s: perh. imitative.

EngMac
oomph
(n sl) енергија
oomph (n sl)
енергија

Merriam-Webster Collegiate® Dictionary
oomph
Pronunciation: ‘u̇m(p)f
Function: noun
Etymology: imitative of a sound made under exertion
Date: 1936

1 : personal charm or magnetism : GLAMOUR
2 : SEX APPEAL
3 : PUNCH, VITALITY

Oomph was last modified: June 25th, 2021 by Jovan Stosic