Drawdown

1. The drop in the water table or level of water in the ground when water is being pumped from a well. 2. The amount of water used from a tank or reservoir. 3. The drop in the water level of a tank or reservoir.

drawdown

a lowering of the ground-water surface caused by pumping.
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Drawdown

1. The drop in the water table or level of water in the ground when water is being pumped from a well. 2. The amount of water used from a tank or reservoir. 3. The drop in the water level of a tank or reservoir.
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Drawdown

Sample of inks specified for a job applied to the substrate specified for a job. Also called pulldown.
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drawdown

The the act, process, or result of depleting, as in the drawdown of oil reserves.
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drawdown

The withdrawal of money from an account or fund established for a specific purpose. See income drawdown
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Drawdown

The smear of ink produced by a smooth blade on paper. Used to check quality and tone of the colour on the paper stock to be printed on. Also checks chemical reaction of ink to paper.
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drawdown

Income drawdown pension schemes allow people to deferbuying an annuity when they retire and instead draw an income direclyfrom the fund.
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Drawdown

The state in which the borrower obtains some of the project financing, usually progressively according to construction expenditures plus IDC.
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Drawdown

Percentage loss measured from the highest value of an account or fund. Discover What It`s Like to Live Easy With EquiTrend
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drawdown

Drawing made by a borrower under a loan facility. Used as both a noun and a verb.
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Drawdown

[economics] The following pseudocode computes the Drawdown (`DD`) and Max Drawdown (`MDD`) of the variable `NAV`, the Net Asset Value of an investment. Drawdown and Max Drawdown are calculated as percentages: ==Finance Definitions== There are two main definitions of a drawdown: ===1. How low it goes (the magnitude)=== In finance, the use of...
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Drawdown

[hydrology] In water-related science and engineering there are two similar but distinct definitions in use for drawdown. In either case, drawdown is the change in head or water level relative to background condition, indicating the difference in head which has occurred at a given location relative to an initial time at the same location. A ...
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Drawdown

Drawdown has four distinct meanings: ...
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Drawdown

The release of water from a reservoir for power generation, flood control, irrigation or other water management activity.
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drawdown

(water management) drop in water level, generally applied to wells or bores.
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Drawdown

In financial technical analysis, a drawdown is a method used to measure the?financial risk?of an investment. Simply put, it is the extent or the amount of losses carried by a financial instrument since it starts to decline from a high point until it bounces back to surpass such point.
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Drawdown

A lowering of the water table around a producing well. The drawdown at any given location will be th
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drawdown

a lowering of the ground-water surface caused by pumping.
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drawdown

Lowering a lake level for a specific purpose.
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