degressively


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degressively

(dɪˈɡrɛsɪvlɪ)
adv
in a degressive fashion
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The strains increase linearly at the first increment and then increase along a degressively steep path, while the stresses are constant, which is the so-called creep phenomenon.
Article 14 of the treaty lays down degressively proportional representation with a minimum of six and a maximum of 96 seats per member state.
This is true for the dominating means-tested basic assistance scheme applying to the majority of the unemployed (SGB II), whereas in the insurance scheme of SGB III the former income level is still protected degressively within the first six months.
However, for higher rotations (R150 and R300), the fibers become degressively more oriented in TD.
For salaries of less than 1 170.64 [euro] gross per month, the fiat-rate reduction is set at 95 [euro] per month and applied degressively on salaries up to 1 509.17 [euro].
For example, representation of citizens in the European Parliament is to be 'degressively proportional'.
Readers use them degressively, to the extent that any entry might stand out as it catches their attention.