de·fi·ci·o[1]

  1. fail
  2. to be in want
  3. to run out
  4. to to be wanting
  5. weaken
  6. withdraw

Synonyms for deficio

  • abducodetach, or take away, to lead, withdraw
  • abiciodishearten, dispense with, get rid of, to throw down, weaken
  • abstuloto take away, withdraw
  • adficioafflict, drain, exhaust, sap, to affect, weaken
  • adflictobreak, damage, discourage, to injure, weaken
  • aegrotofail, grow more sick, to languish
  • affligobreak, cast down, damage, discourage, distress, ruin, strike against, to injure, to reduce, weaken
  • atterodestroy, erode, impair, rub against, rub away, ruin, to weaken, waste, weaken, wear away, wear down
  • castrocastrate, emasculate, enervate, unman, weaken
  • cedogo away, happen, proceed, to go, to grant, turn out, withdraw, yield

Similar to deficio

  • denuncioannounce, declare, give notice
  • defigoconcentrate, fasten down, fix firmly, fix upon, secure, to fasten
  • debeoto be bound by, to be morally bound to, to owe
  • debrioto intoxicate
  • deleoannihilate, blot out, destroy, efface, erase, to obliterate
  • deluoto cleanse
  • denuoa second time, afresh, again, anew
  • devioto turn from the straight road
  • deceptiodeception
  • decessioa retreat, decrease, departure, diminution, leavin, withdrawal