undermine

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English - Turkish
1. (yavaş yavaş/sinsice) zarar vermek: Years of dissipation had undermined his health. Yıllarca süren sefahat sağlığına zarar vermişti. Their
kuyusunu kazmak
el altından mahvına çalışmak
yıkmak
{f} baltalamak
altındaki toprağı oymak
altını oymak
temelini çürütmek
altını kaz
el altından çökertmeye çalışmak
{f} altını kazmak
(Askeri) BALTALAMAK; TEMELİNİ ÇÜRÜTMEK
{f} sarsmak
(Askeri) Bir duvarı yıkmak için altını kazmak, lağım
(Hukuk) yavaş yavaş yok etmek
undermining
altını oyma
undermining
oyulma
undermining
{i} boşveriş
undermining
afuyman
undermining
{f} boşver
undermining
boşvererek
undermining
zarar

Uyku eksikliği gizliden gizliye onun sağlığına zarar veriyordu. - Lack of sleep was undermining her health.

English - English
To dig, tunnel, hollow out as if making a cave or opening
hinder, sabotage

The war efforts were undermined by the constant bickering between the allies.

to subvert in an underhand way
{v} to sap, injure secretly, destroy, ruin
Fig
hollow out as if making a cave or opening; "The river was caving the banks"
If you undermine someone or undermine their position or authority, you make their authority or position less secure, often by indirect methods. She undermined him and destroyed his confidence in his own talent The conversations were designed to undermine her authority so she felt that she could no longer work for the company
destroy property or hinder normal operations; "The Resistance sabotaged railroad operations during the war"
If you undermine someone's efforts or undermine their chances of achieving something, you behave in a way that makes them less likely to succeed. The continued fighting threatens to undermine efforts to negotiate an agreement. to gradually make someone or something less strong or effective
If you undermine something such as a feeling or a system, you make it less strong or less secure than it was before, often by a gradual process or by repeated efforts. Offering advice on each and every problem will undermine her feeling of being adult Western intelligence agencies are accused of trying to undermine the government
To remove the foundation or support of by clandestine means; to ruin in an underhand way; as, to undermine reputation; to undermine the constitution of the state
{f} dig under, dig under the foundations of; slowly weaken or injure; sabotage, subvert
To excavate the earth beneath, or the part of, especially for the purpose of causing to fall or be overthrown; to form a mine under; to sap; as, to undermine a wall
undergird
undermine a process
sabotage a procedure, disrupt a proceeding
undermine an ability
sabotage a skill, damage an ability
undermine an effort
sabotage an attempt
underminer
{n} one that saps, a secret enemy
To undermine
undergrub
undermined
past of undermine
underminer
{i} that which or one who undermines; saboteur, subversive, one who weakens by underhanded means
underminer
One who undermines
undermines
third-person singular of undermine
undermining
Present participle of to undermine
undermining
{i} digging under; slowly or gradually causing weakness or damage
undermine
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