Meaning of deterioration in English:

deterioration

Pronunciation /dɪˌtɪərɪəˈreɪʃn/

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noun

mass noun
  • The process of becoming progressively worse.

    ‘a deterioration in the condition of the patient’
    • ‘Our society has almost sunk into abysmal moral degeneration and deterioration.’
    • ‘Anti-freeze must be changed every two years due to the deterioration of the corrosion inhibitors.’
    • ‘But if there is a deterioration in sales, Hunter will not be able to drop his offer.’
    • ‘To prevent such sudden deteriorations, it is considered preferable to keep patients in intensive care longer.’
    • ‘The images would be compared every year to detect any deterioration.’
    worsening, decline, decay, collapse, failure, fall, drop, downturn, slump, slip, slide, stagnation, waning, ebb, retrogression
    decay, degradation, degeneration, breakdown, decomposition, rot, putrefaction, spoliation, perishing
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