Definitions of "dilution"
  1. The diminishing of real value, often as a result of a drop in relative worth
  2. The devaluation of a trademark due to its usage by another entity, which could result in possible consumer confusion
  3. The reduction in the voting power of a particular group, such as a minority, as the influence of their elected representatives is no stronger than that of representatives elected by smaller groups
How to use "dilution" in a sentence
  1. Brand dilution occurs when the usage of a similar logo by another company leads to customer confusion.
  2. The dilution of equity in a company can occur when additional shares are issued, diminishing the value of existing shares.
  3. Redistricting can result in dilution of voting power of certain groups, limiting their influence in legislative matters.

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