tapering

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Becoming gradually smaller toward one end
present participle of taper
becoming gradually narrower; "long tapering fingers"; "trousers with tapered legs"
gradually narrowed toward a point; "a tall tapering spire
the act of gradually lowering the size or amount; "the doctor prescribed the tapering of the dose" gradually narrowed toward a point; "a tall tapering spire
{s} gradually decreasing in width or thickness
gradually decreasing until little remains
the act of gradually lowering the size or amount; "the doctor prescribed the tapering of the dose"
gradually narrowed toward a point; "a tall tapering spire"
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To make thinner or narrower at one end
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One who operates a tape machine
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A tapering form; gradual diminution of thickness and/or cross section in an elongated object; as, the taper of a spire

The legs of the table had a slight taper to them.

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{a} sloping regularly
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{n} a light, waxcandle
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{v} to grow smaller by regular degrees
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To become gradually smaller toward one end; as, a sugar loaf tapers toward one end
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The change in wind turbine blade width (chord) along the length
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the property possessed by a shape that narrows toward a point (as a wedge or cone) a convex shape that narrows toward a point diminish gradually; "Interested tapered off
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If something tapers, or if you taper it, it becomes gradually thinner at one end. Unlike other trees, it doesn't taper very much. It stays fat all the way up Taper the shape of your eyebrows towards the outer corners. + tapered ta·pered the elegantly tapered legs of the dressing-table
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The dimensional difference between the entrance and exit opening of a through-hole, or between the entrance and bottom of a blind cavity See OVERCUT TAPER
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{f} gradually decrease in width or thickness at one end; diminish gradually; make thinner at one end; cause to diminish gradually
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{s} gradually decreasing in width or thickness
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diminish gradually; "Interested tapered off"
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If something tapers or is tapered, it gradually becomes reduced in amount, number, or size until it is greatly reduced. There are signs that inflation is tapering If you take these drugs continuously, withdrawal must be tapered. Taper off means the same as taper. Immigration is expected to taper off I suggested that we start to taper off the counseling sessions
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training period designed to produce a peak performance by a swimmer in competition A taper generally follows a higher-intensity phase or phases and is a phase during which a swimmer grows stronger through rest and recovery
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diminishing width from base to the tip
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To make or cause to taper
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Regularly narrowed toward the point; becoming small toward one end; conical; pyramidical; as, taper fingers
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Someone who works with tape or tapes
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give a point to; "The candles are tapered"
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candlewick maker or seller
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A digital signal processing function that fades a sound in or out between two points Tapering permanently modifies a sound
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To diminish gradually
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a convex shape that narrows toward a point
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To decrease width gradually and bring it to an end point
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Narrowing toward a point Often seen in furniture legs
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A slender wax candle; a small lighted wax candle; hence, a small light
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the property possessed by a shape that narrows toward a point (as a wedge or cone)
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A taper is a long, thin candle or a thin wooden strip that is used for lighting fires. to become gradually narrower towards one end, or to make something become narrower at one end taper to
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The resting process in training for swimming competition During the middle of the swimming season, a swimmer may work out up to 10,000 to 15,000 meters (8 to 10 miles) each day As a major competition draws near, the swimmer will "taper" off the distances swum each day A
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The maximum gradual dimensional change in the O D of one end of the tubing or rod to the opposite end
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A tapering form; gradual diminution of thickness in an elongated object; as, the taper of a spire
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a loosely woven cord (in a candle or oil lamp) that draws fuel by capillary action up into the flame
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Regularly narrowed toward the point; becoming small toward one end; as, taper fingers
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{i} slender candle; gradual lessening of width
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A piece of wood that has been cut so that it is wider on one edge than the other
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a cone shaped object or form Used in various forms on machine parts, to delineate traffic, etc
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Runners usually cut back mileage (or taper) one day to three weeks (depending on race distance) before a big race Tapering helps muscles rest so that they are ready for peak performance on race day
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The narrowing shape of a fly rod, fly line or leader, from thick to thin Taper on a line makes it easier to cast and allows for delicate presentation The thin-tapered section of the line disturbs the water less when it lands, so it is less likely to scare fish
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stick of wax with a wick in the middle
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A small wax candle; a small lighted wax candle; hence, a small light
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The slow graduation of a rod, line, or leader, one end being thicker than the other
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The machine that applies the tape joint to a container
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The resting process in training for swimming competition During the middle of the swimming season a swimmer may work out 10 to 15 thousand meters (8 to 10 miles) each day As major competition draws near, the swimmer will "taper" off the distances swum each day A perfectly designed taper will enable the swimmer to compete at their peak capability and is one of the most difficult aspects of swim coaching Top
tapering

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    teypırîng

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    /ˈtāpərəɴɢ/ /ˈteɪpɜrɪŋ/

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