I noun abasement, abrasion, atrophy, caducity, consumption, corrosion, corruption, debasement, decadence, decay, declension, declination, decomposition, decrepitude, degradation, demission, depreciation, destruction, deteriorcondicio, dilapidation, disintegration, disrepair, emaciation, erosion, gradual decline, gradual impairment, impairment, irrepair, putrefaction, putridity, reduction, retrogradation, retrogression, ruin, ruination, senescence, spoliation, unrepair associated concepts: property deterioration II index caducity, damage, decline, decrease, degradation, detriment, disability (physical inability), disease, disrepair, dissolution (disintegration), erosion, expense (sacrifice), recidivism, relapse, spoilage, wear and tear

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  • Deterioration — is a term now commonly used in health care, to describe worsening of a patient s condition. It is often used as a shortened form of deterioration not recognised or not acted upon . Much work to reduce harm from deterioration has been undertaken… …   Wikipedia

  • deterioration — 1650s, possibly a native formation, or else from Fr. détérioration (15c.), noun of action from détériorer, from L.L. deteriorare (see DETERIORATE (Cf. deteriorate)) …   Etymology dictionary

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  • Deterĭoration — (lat.), soviel wie Verschlechterung einer Sache (s. Landwirtschaftliche Betriebserfordernisse); deteriorieren, verschlechtern, verderben …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

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