# decrement

Englisch - Türkisch
küçülme
(Bilgisayar) azalım miktarı
azaltma miktarı
azaltma
(Tıp) dekrement
eksilme
eksiklik
azaltım
azalma
karar verme
Azalım
{i} zayiat
(Tıp) Eksilme, azalma, özellikle ateşle seyreden hastalıkta ateşin düştüğü veya belirtilerin gerilediği devre
{i} kayıp
azalma miktarı
decrement count
(Bilgisayar) azalma sayımı
decrement factor
küçültme faktörü
bass decrement
(Bilgisayar) baş azalış
logarithmic decrement
logaritmik azalma
decremental
azalma eğiliminde olan
logarithmic energy decrement
(Nükleer Bilimler) logaritmik enerji kaybı
Englisch - Englisch
To decrease a value by a basic quantity unit
A small quantity removed or lost. One of a series of regular subtractions
{n} decrese, diminution
(dec'-re-ment) The wane of the moon from full to last quarter [See DECRESCENT ]
A name given by Haüy to the successive diminution of the layers of molecules, applied to the faces of the primitive form, by which he supposed the secondary forms to be produced
The state of becoming gradually less; decrease; diminution; waste; loss
a process of becoming smaller or shorter
occurs when there is a current-year decrease in inventory at base cost compared to the previous year
To decrease a value by a basic quantity unit. Opposite of increment. Typically used in computer programming. If A=3, and you decrement A, then A=2
{i} reduction, decreasing; quantity that is lost by reduction
Decrease the value of a variable by one The decrement operator in Java is -
A decrease in the value of a variable See increment
The reduction of the numerical contents of a counter A decrement of 1 is usually assumed, unless otherwise specified It is the complementary operation of INCREMENT
To subtract one member from a value
To decrease the value of a variable by one
The quantity lost by gradual diminution or waste; opposed to increment
A reduction in the number of participants in a pension plan caused by factors such as retirement, disability, death, or termination
A reduction in the number of participants in an employee-benefits plan
the amount by which something decreases
To decrease an index variable or counter by a specific value
This command subtracts an amount from the current value of a variable If you do not specify the amount, then the variable will be decremented by one This command works exactly the same for global and local variables
The quantity by which a variable is diminished
To subtract one from something
post-decrement
To perform such an operation upon
post-decrement
A decrement operation that takes place after evaluation of the expression that contains the variable being decremented
pre-decrement
To perform such an operation upon
pre-decrement
A decrement operation that takes place prior to evaluation of the expression that contains the variable being decremented
decremental
Pertaining to a decrement
decrements
third-person singular of decrement
decrement

dec·re·ment

increment

## Etymologie

[ 'de-kr&-m&nt ] (noun.) 1610. Latin decrementum, from decrescere.

## Tempora

decrementing, decremented

dexterous
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