|smaller in caliber than a gun||subcaliber|
|(Biology) contained within a cell; below cellular level, inside a cell, on a smaller-than-cell scale||subcellular|
|(in Computers) EDD, virtual disk created by partitioning one disk into smaller separate disks||Enhanced Disk Drive|
|.30 caliber army rifle||M-1 rifle|
|.45-caliber pistol, small phonograph record||forty-five|
|able to oscillate, not damped; not made less; whose amplitude has not become smaller (Physics), not diminished||undamped|
|act of contracting, act of making smaller; process of becoming smaller; act of flinching||shrinking|
|act of decreasing, act of lessening, act of diminishing, amount by which something is reduced, chemical reaction, decimalization of fraction, making fraction simpler, meiosis, reducing of something, simplification, smaller copy, thickened sauce||reduction|
|act of reducing the size of, bringing something down to a smaller scale; lowering expenses, taking various measures to cut costs in order to stabilize the financial situation of a corporation (e.g. manufacturing in smaller amounts, reducing number of e...||downsizing|
|act of shrinking away, amount something shrinks, be disinclined to do something, contract, become smaller, shrivel; flinch, recoil; decrease, diminish; make smaller, cause to shrink, draw away from something, make or become smaller, psychiatrist, psych...||shrink|
|act of shrinking, contraction, process of becoming smaller, process of shrinking; amount by which something becomes smaller; decrease in value, depreciation, decrease after shrinking||shrinkage|
|advocate of smaller role for government||minimalist|
|agreement between client and therapist, agreement to marry, pact, arrange marriage, contract bridge, create a formal agreement; get; make smaller; reduce; become smaller, document recording agreement, formally or legally agree, get illness, highest bri...||contract|
|alloy made from tin with smaller amounts of lead copper or brass, dark grayish color, of dark dull gray color, pewter objects collectively, tin and lead alloy||pewter|
|alter; replace; make change; become different, alteration; replacement, exchange; coins; money received back after paying for goods, become deeper, become or make something different, convert one currency into another, exchange money for smaller units,...||change|
|analyzer, program which divides textual input into smaller sections and processes them (Computers); one who analyzes words or sentences (Grammar), software for analyzing language||parser|
|angle of orbit, angle on graph, deviation from line or plane, dip, slope, smaller angle, tendency, tendency; liking, preference; slope, incline, slant; bending, leaning, tilting of something, way somebody feels about something||inclination|
|appear smaller, contract an interval, make or become smaller, make smaller, reduce; become smaller, taper from bottom to top||diminish|
|area of land that is used for farming but that is smaller than a typical farm||smallholding|
|artillery fire, firing of large-caliber explosives, fired artillery shells, firing of artillery shells||shellfire|
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