on the downside

idiom

: when one considers the disadvantages
On the downside, the car does not have much trunk space.

Examples of on the downside in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Today By Jack Pitcher , Reporter There's breadth on the downside, too: Only 19 S&P 500 stocks closed higher today, the fewest gainers in a day since March, according to Dow Jones Market Data. WSJ, 20 Dec. 2023 However, gold should remain volatile over the next week, potentially reaching the $1,950 level on the downside, with major resistance residing at the psychological $2,000 level, the analyst says. WSJ, 26 Oct. 2023 But on the downside, Razer is not offering a prescription lens option. Michael Kan, PCMAG, 2 May 2023 The questions derive from one of the themes percolating in the lead up to Saturday’s fight between undisputed champions at T-Mobile Arena here: whether Álvarez is on the downside of his career. Jorge Castillo, Los Angeles Times, 29 Sep. 2023 But on the downside, Meta came up with a sneaky justification to derail account deletions. Michael Kan, PCMAG, 6 July 2023 Some big companies were among those on the downside: Target (.7%), Toyota (2.1%), Honda (3.6%) and Amazon (4.2%). al, 8 June 2023 But on the downside, the requirements become even stricter next year, so 2024 versions of these same vehicles could drop off the list. Emily Dreibelbis, PCMAG, 6 June 2023 But on the downside, Hersey says the tool still lacks the kind of personalisation that would make her swoon over an outfit formula. Frances Solá-Santiago, refinery29.com, 3 May 2023

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“On the downside.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/on%20the%20downside. Accessed 21 Jul. 2024.

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