Definition of Decrease. Meaning of Decrease. Synonyms of Decrease

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Definition of Decrease

Decrease
Decrease De*crease", n. [OE. decrees, OF. decreis, fr. decreistre. See Decrease, v.] 1. A becoming less; gradual diminution; decay; as, a decrease of revenue or of strength. 2. The wane of the moon. --Bacon.

Meaning of Decrease from wikipedia

- A decrease in knitting is a reduction in the number of stitches, usually accomplished by suspending the stitch to be decreased from another existing stitch...
- only when each problem may generate two or more subproblems. The name decrease and conquer has been proposed instead for the single-subproblem class....
- 689,000 in 1991, the po****tion then decreased, falling to 142,737,196 by 2008. This represents a 4.0% decrease in total po****tion since the peak census...
- of entities: Osteoporosis, a condition in which overall bone density decreases Periodontitis, a condition in which the supporting bone around teeth exhibits...
- A Forbush decrease is a rapid decrease in the observed galactic cosmic ray intensity following a coronal m**** ejection (CME). It occurs due to the magnetic...
- The additive-increase/multiplicative-decrease (AIMD) algorithm is a feedback control algorithm best known for its use in TCP congestion control. AIMD combines...
- acceptance of contraception in the developed world is a large factor in decreased fertility levels; however, for instance in a European context where its...
- the event would be moved to February moving forward. The Foundation to Decrease World Suck is a non-profit corporation, based in Montana. It is designated...
- Ever Decreasing Circles is a British television sitcom which ran on BBC1 between 1984 and 1989, consisting of four series and one feature-length special...
- monotonically decreasing if each consecutive term is less than or equal to the previous one, and is strictly monotonically decreasing if each is strictly...