Decrease [noun]

Definition of Decrease:

diminishing, lessening

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Sentence/Example of Decrease:

That’s actually a decrease from 2014, when 8 million taxpayers made a payment.

Luckily, however, that meant a steep decrease in the average production costs, according to Fitzgibbons.

After three days, all five showed a measurable decrease in systolic blood pressure, a drop in heart rate, and an increase in creativity and feelings of well-being.

The decline is likely partially the result of an overall decrease in streaming after Covid-19 hit the US, due to the absence of people listening to music on commutes and in stores.

For example, pages with more than 500,000 likes on Facebook have seen a dramatic decrease in reach, possibly to encourage companies to increase their ad spend.

It found a small decrease in the death rate in folks who received the treatment, particularly those who received it early in their diagnosis.

All of our devices easily reconnected to the internet, and we’ve seen considerable decrease in the issues we were having.

Under federal law, housing authorities must lower rent “within a reasonable time” after a resident informs them of a decrease in income.

Websites with thin content also saw a decrease in their traffic and ranks as the May core update rolled out.

This error leads to a decrease in traffic, CTR, and means that the ad budgets will rise.