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
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But researchers aren't sure what has caused the slowdown.
Silva, 60, says the economic slowdown isn't all that's spooking him.
Colombia’s main export—led to a slowdown from which the economy is only just recovering, and the country suffers from one of the highest rates of inequality in the world.
Though any reading above 50 still points to growth, the drop reinforces the argument that a first-quarter slowdown may not have been merely a soft patch.
Behind the slowdown is a big government contractor, Conduent, which runs the food stamp networks in 25 states, including New York, California and Pennsylvania.
The slowdown is probably due to changes in ocean currents, which had previously delivered warmer water.
The slowdown is thanks to a decrease in spending on subsidizing rides through driver incentives and promotions, and a simultaneous increase in bookings.
Even policymakers in China, which has seemed relatively immune to the slowdown, have taken note of weakening domestic demand.
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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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