(v.) = recede ; slacken ; wind + Nombre + down ; remit ; let up ; bring down ; taper off. Ex: As you gain experience in practical classification this difficulty will recede. Ex: The trend direct supply of books to schools shows no sign of slackening. Ex: Not the least of the ironies of this venture is that going ahead with it is as full of hazard as winding it down abruptly. Ex: The fever was resolved and the skin lesions started to remit during the following 3 weeks. Ex: We can't let up on that just because these are tough times and he's had a very successful campaign. Ex: Is it true that rubbing alcohol helps bring down a child's fever?. Ex: The squalls are expected to taper off later on Sunday. ---- * aminorar el paso = slow down ; slow up. * aminorar la marcha = slow up.