What does lessening mean?
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This dictionary definitions page includes all the possible meanings, example usage and translations of the word lessening.
decrease, lessening, drop-offnoun
a change downward
"there was a decrease in his temperature as the fever subsided"; "there was a sharp drop-off in sales"
A growing lesser; reduction or decrease.
The numerical value of lessening in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of lessening in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5
Examples of lessening in a Sentence
This is something that we continue to push hard on irrespective of the nuclear deal, it’s a top priority for us to make sure that our people are treated fairly and on the face of it in the case of these individuals who’ve been held, they have not been and they are not being afforded the basic due process and legal rights that we afford visitors to our country so we're deeply concerned about it, we spend a lot of time pushing on it, and we will continue to do so . . . . There’s no lessening of the sense of urgency.
Having fewer than 5,000 people in the hospital for COVID-19 is a milestone, it means, among other things, that the stress on capacity is lessening.
Financially and commercially, the The UAE benefits the most from lessening regional tensions, even during the worst of political tensions between the two countries, trade was uninterrupted. It went down, but never stopped.
Economy Minister Nobuteru Ishihara:
There are concerns about lessening the impact of the British referendum on Japan's small- and medium-sized companies, taking steps to provide liquidity to small firms could be a big factor in economic stimulus steps that we compile.
China has a big influence on global growth and the turnaround since the financial crisis. With the lessening of that engine of growth and with the U.S. still fairly anemic by historical standards, it definitely concerns investors.
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