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From Old French decair (to fall away, decay, decline) < Medieval Latin *decadere, restored form of Latin decidere (to fall away, fail, sink, perish) < de (down) + cadere (to fall); cf. decadent and decadence.

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Singular
Decay

Plural
uncountable

Decay (uncountable)
  1. The process or result of being gradually decomposed.
  2. A deterioration of condition.

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Infinitive
to Decay

Third person singular
Decays

Simple past
Decayed

Past participle
Decayed

Present participle
Decaying

to Decay (third-person singular simple present Decays, present participle Decaying, simple past and past participle Decayed)
  1. To deteriorate, to get worse, to lose strength or health, to decline in quality.
  2. To rot, to go bad.

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