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    Wink Shade

    Hello!!

    I can't find the right translation of the French Verb "décliner". Could someone help me?

    For example: This color is available in several shades. We can "décliner" (=+/- divide) this color into several shades.

    We can "décliner" (+/- = divide) this new clothes collection into several themes.

    THanks a lot for your help.
    W

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    Re: Shade

    Here are some, folk Declensions, ranges, versions, variants, lines, levels...

    I do not know whether or not one of the terms will make sense in that context.

    Not a teacher at all

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