Attrition
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British pronunciation/ɐtɹˈɪʃən/
American pronunciation/əˈtɹɪʃən/
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the gradual reduction or decrease in size, quantity, strength, or effectiveness of something over time

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the gradual wearing down or weakening of an opponent, competitor, or entity through persistent engagement, continuous challenges

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sorrow for sin arising from fear of damnation

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the wearing down of rock particles by friction due to water or wind or ice

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erosion by friction

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Due to attrition within the organization, the number of employees decreased steadily over the course of several years.
Through years of exposure to harsh weather conditions, the attrition of the statue's exterior became evident, as its surface gradually eroded.
Over time, the constant rubbing of two stones against each other resulted in attrition, causing both surfaces to wear down.
The attrition of skilled workers to a competitor prompted our organization to implement retention programs, offer competitive benefits, and create a positive work environment to retain top talent.
Through aggressive pricing and targeted marketing, the competitor caused attrition in our customer base, resulting in a decline in market share over time.
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