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Definition of "diminishing" []

  • Becoming smaller (adjective)
  • Present participle of diminish. (verb)
  • A diminishment. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "diminishing" in a sentence
  • "To which I'd add that, to all intents, the term diminishing spare production capacity can be used interchangeably with peak oil."
  • "They outlined their concerns about what they called the "diminishing of the standards applied to the teaching of science in our universities" and "the increased teaching of pseudoscience.""
  • "When it comes to the priciest products, a skeptic can explain diminishing returns in performance, lament inscrutable audiophile jargon or point to products that are, by his judgment, "good enough.""