Examples of meltdown in a Sentence
fears that an accident could cause meltdown
a company experiencing financial meltdown
After a long day at the beach, our toddler had a major meltdown in the car on the way home.
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Although the 2007 financial meltdown devastated many companies, Blackstone’s grew significantly, boosting his fortune.
But then Groce joined in the meltdown proceedings as something triggered a sudden ill-advised rant from the Zips coach that led to the first of two technical fouls against Akron.
And while that certainly didn’t hurt his draft stock, his comeback did very little for Duke, whose season ended in the Sweet 16 with a defensive meltdown against underdog Arizona.
The sudden clampdown is depriving promising businesses of a potentially rich funding channel and, investors say, shows a lingering distrust of markets following a 2015 meltdown.
Markets dropped 9% in a day and kicked off a yearslong stock meltdown.
During the 2008 economic meltdown, Ms. Cotton’s $150,000 retirement savings lost half its value.
Though the casts and crews of both films kept it classy, an internet meltdown ensued.
From phone call meltdowns to flipping off the cameras, the ladies are not holding back.
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Examples of melt down in a Sentence
apparently beset by personal problems, the actor proceeded to melt down before startled theatergoers
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