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Decrease Meaning in Japanese

Decrease Meaning in Japanese – 減少 (Genshō), ディケイ, 減収, 低減


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Decrease meaning in Japanese : 減少 (Genshō), ディケイ, 減収, 低減


make or become smaller or fewer in size, amount, intensity, or degree

Decrease Synonyms :

abatement, depletion, reduction, step-down, decline, decrement, diminishment, loss, drop-off, fall, dent, drop, depression, diminution, shrinkage, fall off.

Antonyms :

gain, raise, step-up, enlargement, boost, rise, increase, uptick, increment.

Decrease in a Sentence :

  • There was a slight decrease in his weight after a week of dieting.
  • There has been some decrease in imports.
  • There are indications that unemployment will decrease.
  • There was a decrease in the number of children in school.
  • This year’s figures show a decrease of 30% on last year.
  • There has been a steady decrease in the number of visitors.
  • Half the companies in the survey reported a decrease in sales.
  • There has been a decrease in imports.
  • There has been a sharp decrease in pollution since the law was introduced.
  • People should decrease the amount of fat they eat.
  • There has been some decrease in military spending this year.
  • There has been a modest decrease in house prices this year.
  • The birthrate is on the decrease.

Decrease Meaning in Japanese and in Recognized sources

 Decrease  in Cambridge dictionaryWikipedia

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