attenuate


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Synonyms for attenuate

Synonyms for attenuate

to lessen or deplete the nerve, energy, or strength of

to lessen the strength of by or as if by admixture

to become diffuse

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Synonyms for attenuate

weaken the consistency of (a chemical substance)

become weaker, in strength, value, or magnitude

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reduced in strength

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For example, in an effort to redesign hydrophone mounts on a sonar system, Attenuate was molded into a cylindrical shaped sleeve to encase the system's hydrophones.
Moreover, the ability of NSI to attenuate the activation of different transcription factors during viral infections has implications beyond the inhibition of IFN[alpha]/[beta] synthesis.
Other studies were conducted to show that ROS scavengers and blockers can attenuate ischemia/reperfusion-induced and noise-induced cochlear damage, (53-55,79) presumably by preventing ROS from inducing the expression of ICAM-l.
Even without the knowledge that cushioned shoes do not attenuate ground forces during running as well as stability shoes, there is much to be said for training the body to absorb impact biomechanically, as opposed to leaving this task to the running shoe.
A typical meltblown spinnerette has around 35 holes per inch where we have a single row of polymer holes sandwiched between two inclined air jets to attenuate the fiber streams.
Furthermore, activation of skeletal muscle stem cells by resistance exercise may attenuate sarcopenia in two ways.
Estimated exposure--response relationships observed in occupational studies often attenuate at high exposure levels.
5 mm, the lead-free, RoHS-compliant filter arrays attenuate noise in the 470 MHz to 770 MHz range.
Both the T0 and T4 DPLL have output APLLs that multiply the clock rate and simultaneously attenuate jitter.