Examples of slowdown in a Sentence
The business had a slowdown after the holidays.
disease experts are encouraged by the recent slowdown in the spread of the virus
Recent Examples of slowdown from the Web
The assembly problems had mostly plagued two Model 3 final assembly lines Tesla has set up inside the plant, although there were also production slowdowns in the paint shop.
There is usually a slowdown and less inventory as schools begin and people return from their summer travels.
There has been no slowdown in damaging headlines for Pruitt since then, including revelations from the EPA’s inspector general this week that Pruitt requested and received 24-hour security beginning his first day in office.
In the nearly two weeks since lava began pouring out, piercing through the ground in a two-mile long trail of fissures, there is no slowdown of the volcano's intensity.
This year's attendance drop is also occurring at a time when the saturated music festival industry is experiencing a slowdown.
But there was definitely no intentional slowdown in anything.
For both plans, heavy data users will be subject to slowdowns when the network is congested.
John Glen, the Conservative Party legislator for the region, said the new poisoning has threatened an economic rebound from the slowdown caused by the attack on the Skripals.
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SLOWDOWN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of slowdown for English Language Learners
: a decrease in the speed at which something is moving or happening
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