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Abate rate
(Verb) reduce in intensity
Abate rate
(Verb) Synonym of dwindle
abate rate
(Verb) to lessen or reduce
Usage: He was able to abate his debt by doing a few favors.

abate rate
(Verb) 1. to reduce in amount, degree, intensity; to lessen or diminish
2.Law: to stop or supress an action; to annul a writ
3.to deduct or subtract
4.to diminish in the intensity of the violence
5. to make null and void
Usage: To cancel the picnic would abate his enthusiasm but the intensity of the storm has not abated.

ABATE rate
(Abbreviation) American Brotherhood Aimed Toward Education
ABATE rate
(Abbreviation) American Brotherhood Against Totalitarian Enactments
abate rate
(Verb) to lessen or make less in degree, power, intensity, etc.
Usage: After three hours, the rain, finally, started to abate.

The protest abated when the chairman made an announcement.

ABATE rate
(Abbreviation) American Bikers Aiming Toward Education
ABATE rate
(Abbreviation) American Bikers Aimed Toward Education
abate rate
(Verb) to decrease (of anything).
Usage: I will take medicine, then the pain in my leg will abate.

ABATE rate
(Abbreviation) Association of Business Advocating Tariff Equity
ABATE rate
(Abbreviation) Association of Businesses Advocating Tariff Equity

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