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8 thoughts on “ Deteriorate

  1. Late 16th century (in the sense ‘make worse’): from late Latin deteriorat- ‘worsened’, from the verb deteriorare, from Latin deterior ‘worse’.
  2. Deteriorate. Country of origin: United States Location: Penndel, Pennsylvania Status: Split-up Formed in: Genre: Death Metal (early), Black Metal (later) Lyrical themes: Death, Evil, Darkness Last label: Pulverizer Records Years active: Compilation Appearances.
  3. Definition of deteriorate written for English Language Learners from the Merriam-Webster Learner's Dictionary with audio pronunciations, usage examples, and count/noncount noun labels.
  4. deteriorate: (dĭ-tîr′ē-ə-rāt′) v. 1. To grow worse in function or condition. 2. To weaken or disintegrate.
  5. ‘After all, studies indicate that our faculties deteriorate with age at varying degrees.’ ‘The situation for Japanese film-makers in the mids had deteriorated to unbearable levels.’ Synonyms.
  6. Deterioration may refer to. Worsening of health; Physical wear; See also. Decadence (disambiguation) Degeneracy (disambiguation) Deteriorata, a parody of Desiderata; Decay; Decline.
  7. Examples of deteriorate in a Sentence efforts to save a deteriorating rain forest Exposure to rain and sun will gradually deteriorate the paint. Recent Examples on the Web All lithium-ion batteries .
  8. Aug 09,  · If something deteriorates, it becomes worse in some way. There are fears that the situation might deteriorate into full-scale war.

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