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Definition of "retrenching" [retrenching]

  • Present participle of retrench. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "retrenching" in a sentence
  • "The auto industry is "retrenching" on ad spending, and "the outlook for retail, financial and telecommunications advertising is negative for the second half of the year," Westerfield says."
  • "Trent predicted the department would need an extra R1 billion to honour its commitments or take drastic action such as retrenching"
  • "F Bank is "retrenching" but not abandoning the market, company executives say."