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  1. shrunken

    • IPA[ˈSHrəNGkən]

    美式

    • adj.
      having become or been made smaller in size;(of a person's face or other part of the body) wrinkled or shriveled through old age or illness
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    • 1. having become or been made smaller in size today, this piece of wetland is a shrunken version of its original self the country's shrunken economy
    • (of a person's face or other part of the body) wrinkled or shriveled through old age or illness the painting shows three old women with shrunken faces polio left him with a limp and a shrunken arm
    • v.
      become or make smaller in size or amount: the workforce shrank to a thousand the sun had shrunk and dried the wood
    • n.
      a psychiatrist: you should see a shrink

    Oxford Dictionary

    • v.
      become or make smaller in size or amount: the workforce has shrunk to less than a thousand the sun had shrunk and dried the wood
    • n.
      a clinical psychologist, psychiatrist, or psychotherapist: you should see a shrink

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • past of shrink

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    • past participle of shrink

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    • past participle of shrink

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    • past of shrink

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • adj.
      designed to fit perfectly after anticipated shrinkage: the guitarist's shrink-fit polo neck a shrink-fit chuck
    • n.
      a system that uses shrink-fit parts or fittings.

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • v.
      package (an article) by enclosing it in clinging transparent plastic film that shrinks tightly ... they carefully padded and shrink-wrapped the wood furniture
    • n.
      clinging transparent plastic film used to enclose an article as packaging.

    Oxford Dictionary

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    • IPA[ˈʃrʌŋk(ə)n]

    英式

    • adj.
      having become or been made smaller in size: today, this piece of wetland is a shrunken version of its original self the country's shrunken economy

    Oxford Dictionary