fall-off


fall-off
fallˈ-off noun
A decrease
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Main Entry:fall

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fall-off UK US noun [singular]
a reduction in the amount or level of something

a fall-off in sales

Thesaurus: rates of decrease and the process of decreasingsynonym

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fall-off «FL F, -OF», noun.
a decrease: »

a fall-off in production.

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ˈfall-off [fall-off fall-offs] (BrE also less frequent ˈfalling-off) noun singular \fall-off (in sth)
a reduction in the number, amount or quality of sth

a recent fall-off in sales

See also:falling-off

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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