shrunk

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shrunk

 (shrŭngk)
v.
A past tense and a past participle of shrink.

shrunk

(ʃrʌŋk)
vb
a past participle and past tense of shrink

shrink

(ʃrɪŋk)

v. shrank, often, shrunk; shrunk shrunk•en; shrink•ing; v.i.
1. to contract or lessen in size: cloth that shrinks if washed.
2. to become reduced in extent, compass, or value.
3. to draw back; recoil: to shrink from danger.
v.t.
4. to cause to shrink or contract; reduce.
n.
6. an act or instance of shrinking.
8. Slang. a psychotherapist, psychiatrist, or psychoanalyst.
[before 900; Middle English schrinken, Old English scrincan, c. Middle Dutch schrinken, Swedish skrynka to shrink]
shrink′er,

n.
syn: See decrease.
Translations

shrink1

(ʃriŋk) past tense shrank (ʃrӕŋk) : past participle shrunk (ʃraŋk) verb
1. to (cause material, clothes etc to) become smaller. My jersey shrank in the wash; Do they shrink the material before they make it up into clothes?
2. to move back in fear, disgust etc (from). She shrank (back) from the man.
3. to wish to avoid something unpleasant. I shrank from telling him the terrible news.
ˈshrinkage (-kidʒ) noun
the act of shrinking, or the amount by which something shrinks.
shrunken (ˈʃraŋk(ən)) adjective
having been made or become smaller.

shrunk

pp de shrink shunt n (physio) cortocircuito; (surg) derivación f; arteriovenous — cortocircuito arteriovenoso; portacaval — derivación portocava; transjugular intrahepatic portosystemic — (TIPS) derivación portosistémica percutánea intrahepática, derivación intrahepática portosistémica transyugular; ventriculoperitoneal — derivación ventriculoperitoneal