Examples of downdraft in a Sentence
a strong downdraft from the thunderstorm
Recent Examples of downdraft from the Web
That suggests the current downdraft may not be over, but the bulk of the declines have already occurred.
Other giant tech firms were sucked into the downdraft.
That’s mostly due to financial stocks tanking during the financial crisis and during the downdraft in the summer of 2011.
Initially, Hancock told investigators that his airplane had encountered a downdraft and he hadn't intended to fly that low.
Comcast’s stock price has faced similar downdrafts with deals for AT&T’s broadband business more than 15 years ago and NBCUniversal, both of which were successful.
Each of the table-top grills has a downdraft vent, which whisks away smoke and grease from the cooking meat.
At the height of the sell-off a few weeks ago, when the Dow suffered two days of 1,000-point declines, Wall Street pros advised investors to keep the steep downdraft in perspective.
Following Friday's 666-point plunge, the downdraft in stocks resumed Monday with the Dow Jones industrial average briefly going into freefall right after the opening bell.
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First Known Use of downdraft
DOWNDRAFT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of downdraft for English Language Learners
: a downward flow of air
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