taper off

taper off  {v.}
1. To come to an end little by little; become smaller toward the end.
The river tapers off here and becomes a brook.
2. To stop a habit gradually; do something less and less often.
Robert gave up smoking all at once instead of tapering off.
Contrast: COLD TURKEY.
Categories: verb

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