relenting

listen to the pronunciation of relenting
الإنجليزية - التركية
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
{i} abatement, act of becoming less severe; act of showing compassion
present participle of relent
relent
To become less rigid or hard; to soften; to yield; to dissolve; to melt; to deliquesce

The solid block attracted moisture from the air and relented into a thick brown liquour.

relent
Stay; stop; delay
relent
To become less severe or intense; to become less hard, harsh, or cruel; to soften in temper; to become more mild and tender; to feel compassion

I did, I suppose, hope that she might finally relent a little and make some conciliatory response or other. (from The Remains of the Day‎ by Kazuo Ishiguro).

relent
To lessen, make less severe or fast

But nothing might relent her hastie flight; / So deepe the deadly feare of that foule swaine / Was earst impressed in her gentle spright .

relent
to yield
relent
{v} to feel compassion, soften, melt, turn
relent
To become less severe or intense; to become less hard, harsh, cruel, or the like; to soften in temper; to become more mild and tender; to feel compassion
relent
If you relent, you allow someone to do something that you had previously refused to allow them to do. Finally his mother relented and gave permission for her youngest son to marry
relent
To slacken; to abate
relent
To mollify ; to cause to be less harsh or severe
relent
To become less rigid or hard; to yield; to dissolve; to melt; to deliquesce
relent
give in, as to influence or pressure
relent
If bad weather relents, it improves. If the weather relents, the game will be finished today. to change your attitude and become less strict or cruel towards someone = give in (lentare )
relent
{f} show mercy, be compassionate; become less severe, abate
relent
To mollify; to cause to be less harsh or severe
relent
To soften; to dissolve
sign of relenting
sign of giving in, sign of surrender
relenting

    التركية النطق

    rîlentîng

    النطق

    /rəˈlentəɴɢ/ /rɪˈlɛntɪŋ/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ ri-'lent ] (verb.) 1526. Middle English, to melt, soften, from Anglo-French relenter, from re- + Latin lentare to bend, from lentus soft, pliant, slow; more at LITHE.

    كلمة اليوم

    plenipotentiary
المفضلات