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What is the opposite of aging? as in; an aging population versus a .... population?
Some e-thugs are pseudo-aging webpages (changing the dates to appear older, usually on their personal website).
Add text back.
@surjection: I think we should add the text back:
- Electronics, Mechanics: A device/engine/motor/component/machine/battery wearing down, oxidizing, corroding, being weakened, losing performance, etc. which leads to technical insufficiency, unreliability and ultimately failure
- (General) Loss of vibrancy.
- Indeed, and the order of the definitions was by no means "more common definitions further on top". "Loss of vibrancy" is redundant to the gerontology definition, while the electronics/mechanics definition does not need to be as verbose if it's synonymous to "wear", "wear and tear". Especially "device/engine/motor/component/machine/battery" just looks bad. — surjection 〈?〉 11:09, 29 May 2019 (UTC)