slump


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Synonyms for slump

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to go from a more erect posture to a less erect posture

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to take on or move with an awkward, slovenly posture

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to undergo a sharp, rapid descent in value or price

a period of decreased business activity and high unemployment

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a noticeable deterioration in performance or quality

a long-term economic state characterized by unemployment and low prices and low levels of trade and investment

assume a drooping posture or carriage

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fall or sink heavily

fall heavily or suddenly

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go down in value

References in periodicals archive ?
Often times when we're in a sales slump it's because we aren't focusing on the fundamentals.
Joe DiMaggio said that to get out of a slump, you need to keep swinging.
To break out of the slump, you have to start taking massive action.
However along the western and eastern walls of the slump the cracks are trending north-south (Fig.
In today's Apple Cinnamon Slump, we used prepackaged cinnamon rolls instead of biscuits and finished cooking it in the oven to ensure that the rolls had a beautiful golden burnish.
Yet millions were conned before the last election by the implication - never technically stated in the Tory (and Lib-Dem) propaganda, of course - that the slump was all Brown's fault and not, in reality, a Thatcher-nurtured, bent American mortgage financier-realised international slump.
The biggest losers in the country are Bridgend workers who have seen the real value of their pay slump by 20%.
The slump question was directed at the sport that the athlete had competed at his/her highest level, and this question was embedded with other questions about the participant and his/her sport.
Studies have found that taking regular breaks does in fact lead to increased productivity when at work and taking between five to 15 minutes can really help to combat your afternoon slump.
So Florida's current slump, in which it has lost three of four, means nothing when it comes to a the possibility of a deep run in the NCAAs, despite center Al Horford stoking the "Florida flameout talk" after Saturday's loss at LSU.
A spike in non-residential construction projects should counter the slump in the home building market, according to a new report from the American Institute of Architects.
THE September slump in convertible car values may become a thing of the past as steel-folding roofs take over from the traditional fabric tops.
There will be little risk of a sharp slump in house prices or an accident among domestic mortgage lending institutions.
A player in a slump is a sad sight to behold, equal parts wild-eyed desperation and puppy-dog bewilderment.
A: One of the key characteristic,, of a truly professional salesperson is to be able to quickly recognize when a slump occurs and have a plan ready when, not if, a slump happens.