First Known Use of phasedown
Examples of phase down in a Sentence
tourism along the coast phases down after Labor Day
Recent Examples of phase down from the Web
Moreover, some items on the list, such as phasing down funding for overseas contingency operations and disaster spending, probably were going to happen anyway.
Those penalties are gradually phased down in the second and third year of the three-year tariff program.
Deductible amounts phase down to zero for taxpayers with incomes up to $110,000.
Word finally arrived from Washington later that day about the deal: The credit was in the budget deal, retroactive to 2017 and phased down through 2022.
Those tariffs are then gradually phased down in the second and third years.
After that, the percentage of cost that could be immediately deducted would gradually phase down.
Under the deal, the wind industry’s 2.3-cent-per-kilowatt hour tax credit would begins phasing down this year before expiring in 2020.
At the same time, the industry is focused on lowering its costs, especially given that an important federal tax credit is set to begin phasing down in 2020.
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First Known Use of phase down
phase down Synonyms
abate, de-escalate, decline, decrease, die (away or down or out), diminish, drain (away), drop (off), dwindle, ease, ebb, fall, fall away, lessen, let up, lower, moderate, pall, ratchet (down) also rachet (down) , recede, relent, remit, shrink, subside, taper, taper off, wane;
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