retrenchments

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plural of retrenchment
retrench
To dig or redig a trench where one already was
retrench
To take up a new defensive position (from military term retrenchment)

We must retrench and try to hold on long enough for products in development to reach the market or we will be out of business.

retrench
To cut down or reduce something
retrenchment
A reduction or curtailment; often referring to a business or government agency cutting back operations or laying off workers
retrench
to cut down or reduce in extent or quantity
retrench
{v} to reduce, lessen, cut off, confine
retrenchment
{n} a reduction, an intrenchment
retrench
{f} save, economize; reduce, cut back, curtail; fortify with a retrenchment
retrench
make a reduction, as in one's workforce; "The company had to retrench" tighten one's belt; use resources carefully
retrench
To lessen; to abridge; to curtail; as, to retrench superfluities or expenses
retrench
To confine; to limit; to restrict
retrench
To cause or suffer retrenchment; specifically, to cut down living expenses; as, it is more reputable to retrench than to live embarrassed
retrench
To cut off; to pare away
retrench
To furnish with a retrenchment; as, to retrench bastions
retrench
make a reduction, as in one's workforce; "The company had to retrench"
retrench
tighten one's belt; use resources carefully
retrench
If a person or organization retrenches, they spend less money. Shortly afterwards, cuts in defence spending forced the aerospace industry to retrench. if a government or organization retrenches, it spends less money = economize (Early retrencher, from trenchier )
retrenchment
A reduction or curtailment
retrenchment
{i} act of cutting back, curtailment; reduction, diminishment; inner structure that serves as a second line of defense within a fort
retrenchment
A work constructed within another, to prolong the defense of the position when the enemy has gained possession of the outer work; or to protect the defenders till they can retreat or obtain terms for a capitulation
retrenchment
A defensive entrenchment consisting of a trench and parapet
retrenchment
the reduction of expenditures in order to become financial stable entrenchment consisting of an additional interior fortification to prolong the defense
retrenchment
Retrenchment means spending less money. Defense planners predict an extended period of retrenchment
retrenchment
The act or process of retrenching; as, the retrenchment of words in a writing
retrenchment
the reduction of expenditures in order to become financial stable
retrenchment
entrenchment consisting of an additional interior fortification to prolong the defense
retrenchments