subsidence

Decrease vs Subsidence - What's the difference?

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Decrease is a related term of subsidence.


As nouns the difference between decrease and subsidence

is that decrease is an amount by which a quantity is decreased while subsidence is the process of becoming less active or severe.

As a verb decrease

is of a quantity, to become smaller.

Wikidiffcom vs Subsidence - What's the difference?

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As a noun subsidence is

the process of becoming less active or severe.

Lowering vs Subsidence - What's the difference?

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Lowering is a related term of subsidence.


As nouns the difference between lowering and subsidence

is that lowering is the act of something being lowered while subsidence is the process of becoming less active or severe.

As a verb lowering

is .

As an adjective lowering

is that lowers or frowns.

Ebb vs Subsidence - What's the difference?

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Ebb is a related term of subsidence.


As nouns the difference between ebb and subsidence

is that ebb is the receding movement of the tide while subsidence is the process of becoming less active or severe.

As a verb ebb

is to flow back or recede.

As an adjective ebb

is low, shallow.

Diminution vs Subsidence - What's the difference?

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Diminution is a related term of subsidence.


As nouns the difference between diminution and subsidence

is that diminution is a lessening, decrease or reduction while subsidence is the process of becoming less active or severe.

Drop vs Subsidence - What's the difference?

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Drop is a related term of subsidence.


As nouns the difference between drop and subsidence

is that drop is a small mass of liquid just large enough to hold its own weight via surface tension, usually one that falls from a source of liquid while subsidence is the process of becoming less active or severe.

As a verb drop

is to fall in droplets (of a liquid).

Subsidence vs Wane - What's the difference?

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Subsidence is a related term of wane.


As nouns the difference between subsidence and wane

is that subsidence is the process of becoming less active or severe while wane is a gradual diminution in power, value, intensity etc or wane can be (scotland|slang) a child or wane can be (chiefly|northern england|and|scotland|obsolete) a house or dwelling.

As a verb wane is

(label) to progressively lose its splendor, value, ardor, power, intensity etc; to decline.

Slump vs Subsidence - What's the difference?

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Slump is a related term of subsidence.


As nouns the difference between slump and subsidence

is that slump is a heavy or helpless collapse; a slouching or drooping posture; a period of poor activity or performance, especially an extended period while subsidence is the process of becoming less active or severe.

As a verb slump

is (lb) to collapse heavily or helplessly.

Reduction vs Subsidence - What's the difference?

reduction | subsidence | Related terms |

Reduction is a related term of subsidence.


As nouns the difference between reduction and subsidence

is that reduction is reduction while subsidence is the process of becoming less active or severe.

Depreciation vs Subsidence - What's the difference?

depreciation | subsidence | Related terms |

Depreciation is a related term of subsidence.


As nouns the difference between depreciation and subsidence

is that depreciation is depreciation while subsidence is the process of becoming less active or severe.

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