The action or state of using something up or of being used up completely
the rapid exhaustion of fossil fuel reserves
The action of exploring a subject or options so fully that there is nothing further to be said or discovered
the total exhaustion of viable systematic alternatives
The process of establishing a conclusion by eliminating all the alternatives
debilitation: serious weakening and loss of energy
the act of exhausting something entirely
(exhausted) drained of energy or effectiveness; extremely tired; completely exhausted; "the day's shopping left her exhausted"; "he went to bed dog-tired"; "was fagged and sweaty"; "the trembling of his played out limbs"; "felt completely washed-out"; "only worn-out horses and cattle"; "you look ...
(exhausted) depleted of energy, force, or strength; "impossible to grow tobacco on the exhausted soil"; "the exhausted food sources"; "exhausted oil wells"
Fatigue (also called exhaustion, lethargy, languidness, languor, lassitude, and listlessness) is a state of awareness describing a range of afflictions, usually associated with physical and/or mental weakness, though varying from a general state of to a specific work-induced burning sensation ...
(Exhausted (song)) "Exhausted" is the first Foo Fighters release and the first single from the debut album. It was only issued as a promotional single, pressed on black 12" vinyl. ...
The point of complete depletion, of the state of being used up; Supreme tiredness; having exhausted energy
(EXHAUSTED) Means that any unexecuted part of the motion is no longer in effect after a specific time.
((exhausted)) fatigué, à plat (familier);
(Exhausted) Knackered (slang)/shagged out (vulgar)/shattered
(Exhausted) means so tired there’s no energy left. What’s the word?
(exhausted) (eg ZAW sted) — completely empty of a substance or of energy
(exhausted) feeling so tired you can hardly move
The state of an ion exchange material in which it is no longer capable of effective functioning due to the depletion of the initial supply of exchangeable ions; the exhaustion point may be defined in terms of a limiting concentration of matter in the effluent, or in the case of demineralization, ...
The amount of dye taken from the dyebath by the fiber, yarn or fabric being dyed.
All UI benefit entitlement has been paid out.
where the body begins to run out of defenses. In this stage, humans tend to experience movement to some type of pathology or combination of pathologies. The four main responses could be cardiovascular (such as heart attack or stroke), musculoskeletal (such as joint problems, stiffness, etc. ...
When buying power is no longer enough to move prices up or when selling power is no longer enough to move prices lower.
Refers to the doctrine that protection of intellectual property rights (IPR) is "exhausted" or confined to the country in which protection is granted. The exhaustion principle specifically implies that IPR holders may not seek to curb parallel imports from other countries. ...
In water softening or ion exchange, the point where the resin can no longer exchange additional ions of the type the process was designed for
The point at which a deionizer is no longer capable of useful ion exchange. The exhaustion point is set typically in terms of the reduction in quality of the treated water, as determined by a conductivity meter.
stage 3 of GAS, when the immune system collapses due to stress