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drawdown

[′drȯ‚dau̇n]
(graphic arts)
In inkmaking, a procedure for obtaining a rough estimation of a color shade in which a small sample of ink is placed on a piece of paper and spread with a spatula to yield a thin film of ink.
(hydrology)
The magnitude of the change in water surface level in a well, reservoir, or natural body of water resulting from the withdrawal of water.
(petroleum engineering)
The difference between the static and the flowing bottom-hole pressure.

drawdown

The distance by which the groundwater level is lowered as a result of pumping.
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The margin between total rates charged on new (non-financial) draw-downs and existing loans continued to decline in Q2, albeit remaining elevated at 100 basis points.
The spinning draw-down is defined as the ratio between the fineness (in units of tex = weight in grams per km length) of an unwound as spun fiber and the fineness of the wound fiber.
Videolocity would like to delay any draw-downs on the SEDA for working capital purposes until the current trading market for the stock, to include the trading volume and the stock price, can provide ample support.
The county's financial position remains pressured by increasing mandated social service costs, contributing to a third consecutive year of fund balance draw-downs.
Such equity draw-downs are entirely at the discretion of HEXS and there are no minimum draw-downs required in the agreements.
The equity draw-downs are at the discretion of FTS and there are no minimum draw-downs required in the agreement.