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
President Ronald Reagan in 1981 and President George W. Bush in 2001 and 2003 both passed tax cuts that delivered temporary bumps to the economy followed by slowdowns and rising deficits.
Opposition supporters took to the streets — first to protest the count’s slowdown, and then to question Hernández’s purported surge.
The project is on hold amid oil industry slowdowns and Alaska's sluggish economy, said Justin Charon, president of Vitus Energy, Clean Energy's parent company.
The first day of trading saw heavy traffic, causing the CBOE's website to experience slowdowns and brief outages.
The company's stock plunged nearly 20 percent (eventually settling down about 16 percent) on Tuesday on the user growth slowdown and much lower quarterly revenue than expected.
The driver of the Jeep had braked because of merging slowdowns and a Chevrolet Volt hit the man from behind, the release stated.
Meanwhile, the online-booking site Best Day Travel Group has also seen a slowdown in reservations for the end of the year, said Director Julian Balbuena.
Chili’s Grill & Bar is going on a diet to fatten its sales — just one of the strategies casual-dining chains are using to reverse a slowdown in growth.
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