decrement

[ dek-ruh-muh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF decrement

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The decrement in the capacity of the grooves follows the proportion of 15 to 11.

Decrement, dek′re-ment, n. the act or state of decreasing: the quantity lost by decrease.

It is perfectly intelligible that a progressive fatigue and decrement of the magnitude of contraction must ensue.

Evolution is the decrement of this difference between the purely formal and the actual.

See an admirable statement of the three forms of decrement, in Hay, Trait de Minralogie, vol.

The rate-of-decrease meter registered a decrement of point ten units per unit.

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