listen to the pronunciation of attrition
Englisch - Türkisch
{i} zayiat
{i} yıpranma

Bu noktada, bu sadece bir yıpranma savaşı. Sadece sabırlı olanlar hayatta kalabilirler. - At this point, it's just a war of attrition. Only those who are patient can survive.

sürtünme aşınması
(Kanun) pişmanlık
sürtünerek yıpranma
(Diş Hekimliği) dhk. de diş yüzeylerinin çiğneme nedeni ile zamanla aşınması
(Askeri) YIPRANMA; ZAYİAT: Bir kuvvetin muharebeye hazırlık derecesinde, personel ve malzeme kaybıyla meydana gelen azalma
{i} aşındırma
{i} yıpratma
attrition rate
yıpranma oranı
attrition minefield
(Askeri) yıpratıcı mayın tarlası
attrition minefield
(Askeri) YIPRATICI MAYIN TARLASI: Deniz mayın harbinde öncelikle düşman gemilerine hasar vermek üzere düşünülmüş mayın tarlası
attrition rate
(Askeri) YIPRANMA ORANI: Çeşitli nedenlerle belirli bir zaman içinde personel ve malzemede ortaya çıkan yıpranma derecesinin normal olarak yüzde cinsinden ifade edildiği bir faktör
attrition reserve
(Askeri) yıpranma ihtiyatı
attrition reserve aircraft
(Askeri) yıpranma ihtiyat uçağı
attrition sweeping
(Askeri) sürekli tarama
attrition sweeping
(Askeri) SÜREKLİ TARAMA: Tüm gemilere yönelik mayın tehdidinin mümkün olduğunca az olmasını sağlamak için mayın tarlalarının sürekli olarak taranması
customer attrition
(Ticaret) müşteri kaybı
suffer attrition
zayiat vermek
sustained attrition minefield
(Askeri) SÜREKLİ YIPRATICI MAYIN TARLASI: Deniz mayın harbinde, karşı önlemlere karşın düşman için, tehlikesini idame ettirmesi maksadıyla devamlı tanzim edilen mayın tarlası
war of attrition
yıpratma savaşı
war of attrition
(Askeri) Yıpratma harbi
Englisch - Englisch
the gradual reduction in a tangible or intangible resource due to causes that are passive and do not involve productive use of the resource
The loss of participants during an experiment
wearing or grinding down by friction
A gradual, natural reduction in membership or personnel, as through retirement, resignation, or death
{n} the act of rubbing, sorrow for sin
Refers to the jobs that become available when workers die or retire
Training by helpful casting until the desired results are achieved To give continued casts without pressure from an electric collar or other types of correction Useful when teaching something new
A gradual, natural reduction in staff through retirement, resignation, or death
The grinding of granular activated carbon particles which results in carbon fines generation and loss of mean particle diameter of the carbon granule
Loss of subjects from the defined sample during the course of a longitudinal study
A natural reduction in work force as a result of resignations, retirements or death Most unionized companies cannot unilaterally reduce their employment levels to cut costs, so management must rely on attrition to provide openings that they, in turn, do not fill Because the median ages of work forces at the integrated mills may be more than 50, an increasing number of retirements may provide these companies with added flexibility to improve their competitiveness
the act of rubbing together; wearing something down by friction a wearing down to weaken or destroy; "a war of attrition" sorrow for sin arising from fear of damnation
a wearing down to weaken or destroy; "a war of attrition"
The process in which solids are worn down or ground down by friction, often between particles of the same material Filter media and ion exchange materials are subject to attrition during backwashing, regeneration, and service
a gradual reduction in work force without the firing of personnel, as when workers resign or retire and are not replaced
The loss of subjects during the course of a study This may be a threat to the validity of conclusions if participants of study and comparison/control groups drop out at different rates or for different reasons For example, if treatment participants fail to appear for treatment and are subsequently excluded from the follow-up, the treatment and control subjects remaining may not be "comparable" due to attrition Topic areas: Accountability and Evaluation
The act of rubbing together; friction; the act of wearing by friction, or by rubbing substances together; abrasion
the act of rubbing together; wearing something down by friction a wearing down to weaken or destroy; "a war of attrition"
jobs that are vacated due to retirement or death of the workers
A method of achieving a reduction in personnel by not refilling the positions vacated through resignation, reassignment, transfer, retirement, or means other than layoffs
Grief for sin arising only from fear of punishment or feelings of shame
Rate at which students drop a class or classes, compared to enrollment on the 45th day or other specified time of the semester
{i} wearing down by friction, erosion; rubbing; weakening by constant harassing or abuse
erosion by friction
the act of rubbing together; wearing something down by friction
Wear of teeth due to activities such as chewing
a reduction in the number of employees through retirement, resignation or death
Threat to the internal validity of research when participants can no longer be observed or used for data collection because they have dropped out of the research project; also known as mortality
Students who leave courses before their completion
Used in the banking industry to describe when your customers leave you to avail of the services of another bank The more commoditised products become the more frequently the process takes place In the telecommunications industry the same process is called Churn
A rubbing away or wearing down by friction
– A reduction in the number of rooms guaranteed by the group that is greater than the contracted percentage of drop off determined by the hotel at the time of booking You will be charged for each unused room per night at the contracted group rate
sorrow for sin arising from fear of damnation
process by which particles of rock being transported by river, wind, or sea are rounded and gradually reduced in size by being struck against one another
A reduction in numbers usually as a result of resignation, retirement, or death
wearing away of a tooth due to the opposing tooth and grinding
A general term referring to the number of students who drop out of a university or college or a program offered by that university or college
Wearing away of the biting surfaces of the teeth
Attrition is a process in which you steadily reduce the strength of an enemy by continually attacking them. The rebels have declared a cease-fire in their war of attrition against the government
The state of being worn
the wearing down of rock particles by friction due to water or wind or ice
attrition damage
A strategy of constant harassment, abuse, or attack or through the use of a blockade
attrition rate
the rate of shrinkage in size or number
To engage in attrition; to quit or drop out
To be reduced in quantity through attrition
To lose, or to kill troops by attrition due to sustained firepower
Which resists the effects of friction
Wear down (an opponent) by sustained action
{f} win through perseverance, wear down; destroy or kill troops using firepower
To wear down through attrition, especially mechanical attrition
war of attrition
pestering and endless hostile activities that are done so as to tire out the enemy
war of attrition
wars of attrition a struggle in which you harm your opponent in a lot of small ways, so that they become gradually weaker