Examples of talk down in a Sentence
a company that prefers to talk up its own products rather than talk down those of its competitors
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Pointing at the worst cases—players who run at the scent of adversity—is an easy way to talk down a change that in its essence gives unpaid college athletes a measure of freedom.
Another 245 contemplating suicide were talked down by the police patrols who diligently comb America’s most famous suicide site.
Lamb was strong candidate who stayed focused on economic issues, and didn't focus on talking down the president.
That number would be the $1.6 billion the White House requested, but haggling over the type of structure -- and where the structure could be placed -- has slowed the talks down.
With only one setting, the film is a tense but inspiring recreation of this extraordinary interaction where a school office worker was able to effectively relate to and talk down a potential mass shooter.
Frank Underwood House of Card’s President Frank Underwood would calmly walk into the school, talk down the shooter and convince him to hand over his weapons.
Mnuchin's remarks sent the U.S. currency tumbling and drew sharp rebukes from the European Central Bank and other figures, who view countries talking down their own currencies as a violation of unwritten rules to keep trade balanced.
After Prime Minister Shinzo Abe took power in 2012 and talked down the yen in a bid to help Japan’s export firms, many viewed the jawboning as impolitic and a risk to sparking competitive devaluation and volatility in markets.
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