English words and Examples of Usage

use "shrink" in a sentence

The company assures investors that won’t shrink like Barbie sales did.

Instead that are motivated by an ideological drive to shrink the state.

The shot was far more effective seeing the runway shrink, Eastwood said.

They climb the walls and grow and shrink faster than Alice in Wonderland.

After coming back to Earth, a blast of a pretend shrink ray turned one tiny.

In Canada, IDC predicts smartphone sales will shrink by 7.5 per cent in 2016.

Their numbers are expected to shrink from more than 5,600 to just under 4,300.

Venezuela's economy is expected to shrink 10% this year, according to the IMF.

With any amount of reduced consumer spending, these local economies will shrink.

In Arabic, however, characters sometimes shrink when they become part of a word.

He said "funding continues to shrink - while demands on the United Nations grow."

This year alone, the economic output of Ukraine could shrink by up to 12 percent.

It reaches its maximum extent in the teen-age brain; then it starts to shrink.

“We wanted banks to shrink their trading operations and they did,” Flint said Tuesday.

Russian and North Sea supply is also forecast to shrink in 2016, according to the IEA.

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