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Synonyms for sluggish

Synonyms for sluggish

characterized by reduced economic activity

lacking mental and physical alertness and activity

resistant to exertion and activity

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moving slowly

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(of business) not active or brisk

slow and apathetic

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Traders said besides sluggish demand at prevailing higher levels, a weak global trend where gold declined from a 17-week high following easing tensions between Russia and Ukraine mainly reduced demand for the precious metals as a safe haven.
Destatis chief Roderich Egeler was citd as saying: "It seems that the German economy was hit by the ongoing recession in a number of European countries and the sluggish global economy.
If they're feeling generally sluggish, have overindulged on the nice things that go hand in hand with Christmas or just need a general 'pick me up', they can pop into any Holland & Barrett store.
The automaker has not set the timeline for the launch of the vehicle because of heavy import duty rates and a sluggish market.
Summary: Paris: Sluggish global economic growth is crimping demand for oil, including in emerging market powerhouse .
It said: "European performance was sluggish, reflecting the fragile state of consumer confidence and intensely competitive markets.
Summary: German automaker Volkswagen AG says its 2012 group sales hit a record high as growing demand around the world more than offset sluggish sales in Europe.
However, the company forecast a sluggish sales outlook for December.
From across the political spectrum, there were naturally all kinds of reactions, ranging from charges of a sluggish economic recovery on the right to the narrative of 30 straight months of job growth on the left.
Data shows that Japanese exports dropped in the aftermath of the Eurozone debt crisis amidst sluggish global economic trends.
5 billion yen, due partly to sluggish domestic sales.
Sales of personal computers slowed in the last three months of 2011, thanks to a sluggish economy, scarce hard drives and the proliferation of other form factors, according to a report released Wednesday by IDC.
Peter Bishop, deputy chief executive of the London Chamber of Commerce, said: "London's businesses saw conditions improve during Quarter Two but at a frankly disappointing and sluggish rate, with growth still way below pre-recession levels.
ISLAMABAD, July 17, 2011 (Frontier Star): Inspector General of Police (IGP) Bani Amin Khan on Saturday warned of a strict action against sluggish officials of the Capital police.
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