Examples of downshift in a Sentence
You can downshift to slow the car down.
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Thankfully, downshifting is a joy, as the shift action is accurate and nicely weighted.
But the Vikings were not prepared for this offense, which kept using their mild-mannered backup to perforate a Minnesota secondary clearly expecting the Eagles to downshift and run out the final two quarters.
But the annual pace has downshifted to roughly 2.1 percent since 2010 as baby boomer retirements have slowed the influx of people into the job market and worker productivity has lagged.
Thanks to its eager-to-downshift six-speed automatic, passing prowess proved similarly impressive.
There are some benefits to the weather downshifting from sweltering to nippy.
Overall, the average monthly job growth reported by Labor has downshifted this year to 176,000 from 187,000 last year and 226,000 in 2015.
After a strong first half that confounded economists’ predictions of slower growth, China is now clearly downshifting.
With 11 Sun Devils players nowhere near him for the final 50 yards, Penny downshifted at about the 20-yard line and glided into the end zone for the game’s first score.
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