decrease

[ verb dih-krees; noun dee-krees, dih-krees ]SEE DEFINITION OF decrease

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DECREASE

The slow time passed, and there was no decrease of the fire.

Business will increase largely, and the ratio of expenses will decrease.

This will not decrease his opinion of your sagacity and firmness.

In my heart I did not believe that Cullingworth had taken alarm at so trifling a decrease.

This construction is used to decrease the weight of the battery.

A decrease in temperature will, of course, cause an increase in resistance.

The rest of the row is increased ten; and you must then decrease, as you did with the first color.

There is no evidence of any change in their abundance, either increase or decrease.

The decrease of the population during this period must have been very rapid.

The longer you delay the more you decrease your chances of surviving.

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