cannibalize

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cannibalization
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To consume another of one's own type or kind

The female black widow spider is known to cannibalize the male.

To remove parts of (a machine, etc) for use in other similar machines

When the attack ceased they managed to cannibalize parts to get one truck going and set off for the rendezvous with Fraser, only to find nobody there.

To strip a non-operational system for parts to repair another system and place it back into service
use parts of something to repair something else eat human flesh
If one of a company's products cannibalizes the company's sales, people buy it instead of any of the company's other products. A website need not cannibalise existing sales
A department can use an obsolete or minimally damaged piece of equipment for repair parts when similar pieces of equipment break down and need to be repaired
use parts of something to repair something else
To eat the flesh of (a human being)
eat human flesh
To remove serviceable parts from one item of equipment in order to install them on another item of equipment The removed item shall be replaced
can·ni·bal·ize cannibalizes cannibalizing cannibalized in BRIT, also use cannibalise1. If you cannibalize something, you take it to pieces and use it to make something else. They cannibalized damaged planes for the parts
{f} use parts from equipment to use in the repair of other equipment of the same type, take parts from one machine to repair another; eat human flesh; practice cannibalism, engage in cannibalism; deprive of crucial elements; (Business) reduce staff or material in order to benefit in other companies or products (also cannibalise)
cannibalise
To eat the flesh of (a human being)
cannibalise
use parts of something to repair something else
cannibalise
eat human flesh
cannibalise
{f} use parts from equipment to use in the repair of other equipment of the same type, take parts from one machine to repair another; eat human flesh; practice cannibalism, engage in cannibalism; deprive of crucial elements; (Business) reduce staff or material in order to benefit in other companies or products (also cannibalize)
cannibalise
To remove parts of (a machine, etc) for use in other similar machines
cannibalised
present participle of cannibalise
cannibalises
third-person singular of cannibalise
cannibalising
present participle of cannibalise
cannibalization
Decreased sales of one or more products in a line when a new product is released
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The removal of any part or device from an IT component which would cause that component not to function as intended by its manufacturer; or, the removal of a part or device that is not identifiable by a manufacturer's model number
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When the demand for a new product arises at least in part by eroding demand for (sales of) a current product the firm markets
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The diminishing of a product's sales or potential sales due to competitive factors such as the introduction of another, competing brand, i e , rather than bringing in additional sales dollars, some of those sales are split between the old and the new item
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Occurs when the introduction of a new product causes sales of existing products to decline
cannibalization
The process of removing serviceable parts from a functioning piece of equipment thus making it unusable for its intended purpose or function
cannibalization
{i} act of removing parts from (an object, machine, etc.) to be used in another; loss of sales of an existing product to a new product offered in the product line (also cannibalisation)
cannibalization
the act of cannibalizing
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That portion of the demand for a new product that comes from the erosion of the demand for (sales of) a current product the firm markets
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The undesirable tradeoff where sales of a new product or service decrease sales from existing products or services and minimize or detract from the total revenue contribution of the organization
cannibalization
when sales for a company's new product or service come in part or whole from buyers who would have bought an existing product or service; thus, the new product or service is producing its sales at the expense of an existing one
cannibalization
The act of disassembling or dismantling equipment to the point of making the equipment unable to perform its intended use
cannibalized
past of cannibalize
cannibalizes
third-person singular of cannibalize
cannibalizing
present participle of cannibalize
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