shrinkage - meaning and definition. What is shrinkage
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What (who) is shrinkage - definition

Shrinkage (disambiguation); Shrinkages

Shrinkage is a decrease in the size or amount of something.
Allow for some shrinkage in both length and width.
·noun Decrease in value; depreciation.
II. Shrinkage ·noun The act of shrinking; a contraction into less bulk or measurement.
III. Shrinkage ·noun The amount of such contraction; the bulk or dimension lost by shrinking, as of grain, castings, ·etc.
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1. the process, fact, or amount of shrinking.
2. an allowance made for reduction in the takings of a business due to wastage or theft.



Shrinkage may refer to:

Pronunciation examples for shrinkage
1. No shrinkage.
The Man Who Wasn't There (2001)
2. We're going to have some shrinkage.
Mark Maslin _ Talks at Google
3. And a response is 50 percent shrinkage.
4. plots, quite a lot of shrinkage.
Founding WELL _ Stewart Brand _ Talks at Google
5. Despite the presence of plaques and tangles and brain shrinkage --
Examples of use of shrinkage
1. Population shrinkage began three years ago and is gathering pace.
2. The effects of technology may well mean a huge shrinkage of this employment market.
3. Your breasts in your 50s: You may notice some slight shrinkage.
4. Each was tested for wear and tear and for shrinkage after washing.
5. Any new shrinkage and the wheels of global commerce would grind to a halt.