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[げん()·すい()]
gensui
noun, suru verb

English Meaning(s) for 減衰

noun, suru verb
  1. attenuation; damping; decay

Definition and Synonyms for 減衰

Wane grow smaller
Synonyms: 低まる, 低下, 凋落, 式微, 弱る, 減る, 減ずる, 減少, 減衰, 減退, 衰える, 衰微, 衰耗, 衰退, 衰頽
Attenuation weakening in force or intensity
Synonyms: 減衰
Decay the process of gradually becoming inferior
Synonyms: 凋残, 凋落, 廃退, 没落, 減衰, 減退, 萎靡, 衰勢, 衰微, 衰退, 衰頽, 退勢, 退廃, 頽勢
Radioactive Decay the spontaneous disintegration of a radioactive substance along with the emission of ionizing radiation
Synonyms: 壊変, 崩壊, 放射性崩壊, 減衰
Declination a condition inferior to an earlier condition
Synonyms: 下向き, 下向く, 下り坂, 下落, 低下, 凋残, 凋落, 式微, 弱る, 後退, 減衰, 減退, 萎靡, 落潮, 衰え, 衰える, 衰勢, 衰微, 衰滅, 衰退, 衰頽, 退勢, 退廃, 退潮, 退転, 頽勢
Declination a gradual falling off from a better state
Synonyms: 下向き, 下向く, 下り坂, 下落, 低下, 凋残, 凋落, 式微, 弱る, 後退, 減衰, 減退, 萎靡, 落潮, 衰え, 衰える, 衰勢, 衰微, 衰滅, 衰退, 衰頽, 退勢, 退廃, 退潮, 退転, 頽勢

Meanings for each kanji in 減衰

dwindle; decrease; reduce; decline; curtail; get hungry Kanji Details »
decline; wane; weaken Kanji Details »

Categories 減衰 is a member of

Lessen decrease in size, extent, or range
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Weakening becoming weaker
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Activity a process existing in or produced by nature (rather than by the intent of human beings)
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Nuclear Reaction a process that alters the energy or structure or composition of atomic nuclei
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Condition a state at a particular time
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