Definitions for "Starvation"
death from hunger
loss of energy stores in the form of glycogen, fats, and proteins, due to inadequate intake of nutrients or inability to digest, absorb, or metabolize ingested nutrients
Occurs after a prolonged low calorie intake. Anything below 900 calories a day is termed a starvation diet. The body responds to starvation by shutting down "non-essential" systems (for example, menstruation ceases), and lanugo (see above) is also common. Eventually, starvation can lead to serious long-term medical problems and death.
The act of starving, or the state of being starved.
(noun) The act or process of starving.
the act of depriving of food or subjecting to famine; "the beseigers used starvation to induce surrender"; "they were charged with the starvation of children in their care"
The result of giving insufficient charge in relation to the amount of discharge, resulting in poor service and injury to the battery.
Non-uniform coating application which results in absence of coating in certain areas.