Shrinkage meaning

shrĭng'kĭj
The process of shrinking.
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The amount or proportion by which something shrinks.
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A reduction in value; depreciation.
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The total weight loss sustained by livestock in shipment to a market.
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Loss of merchandise, especially through theft.
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The act or process of shrinking; contraction in size, as of a fabric in washing.
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Decrease in value; depreciation.
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The total loss in weight of livestock from the time of shipment to the final processing as meat.
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The amount of such shrinking, decrease, etc.
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The difference between inventory that a company believes it has on hand and what the actual physical count reveals the company has. Shrinkage may occur due to theft, loss, or damage. Record-keeping errors also can produce shrinkage.
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The act of shrinking, or the proportion by which something shrinks.
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(slang) The reduction in size of the male genitalia when cold, such as from immersion in cold water.
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Origin of shrinkage

  • shrink +"Ž -age
    From Wiktionary