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Synonyms for slump
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  1. slump, slack, drop-off, falloff, falling offnoun

    a noticeable deterioration in performance or quality

    "the team went into a slump"; "a gradual slack in output"; "a drop-off in attendance"; "a falloff in quality"

    Synonyms:
    slackness, economic crisis, falloff, slack water, cliff, morass, drop, depression, falling off, quag, lessening, mire, decrease, quagmire, slack, drop-off

  2. depression, slump, economic crisisverb

    a long-term economic state characterized by unemployment and low prices and low levels of trade and investment

    Synonyms:
    depressive disorder, low, impression, economic crisis, slack, falling off, imprint, falloff, natural depression, drop-off, clinical depression, depression

  3. slump, slouchverb

    assume a drooping posture or carriage

    Synonyms:
    slide down, slouch, decline, sink, correct, fall off

  4. slump, slide down, sinkverb

    fall or sink heavily

    "He slumped onto the couch"; "My spirits sank"

    Synonyms:
    drop down, lapse, go down, slouch, go under, settle, drop, correct, decline, subside, slide down, dip, sink, fall off, pass, bury

  5. slump, fall off, sinkverb

    fall heavily or suddenly; decline markedly

    "The real estate market fell off"

    Synonyms:
    drop down, lapse, go down, slouch, go under, settle, drop, correct, decline, subside, slide down, dip, sink, fall off, pass, fall away, bury

  6. decline, slump, correctverb

    go down in value

    "the stock market corrected"; "prices slumped"

    Synonyms:
    right, even out, reject, chasten, go down, adjust, refuse, slouch, objurgate, discipline, set, redress, correct, sink, rectify, worsen, even up, slide down, counterbalance, chastise, wane, compensate, sort out, even off, fall off, pass up, make up, decline, castigate, turn down

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Dictionary of English Synonymes

  1. slumpverb

    Synonyms:
    sink (as in walking on snow)

Synonyms, Antonyms & Associated Words

  1. slumpnoun

    Synonyms:
    depreciation

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How to use slump in a sentence?

  1. Yogi Berra:

    Slump I ain't in no slump... I just ain't hitting.

  2. Sauli Vilen:

    The economic slump drives demand from high-end to discount stores. But if we see no recovery in Finland, even the discount stores can only grow by opening new units.

  3. Xiao Fu:

    The key might be in the second half, when we see whether the Chinese property cycle recovers modestly or if it continues to slump. That will be a key determinant in terms of how big the copper surplus will be, overall, I think that China restocking trends can be quite powerful and many market participants may be under-pricing that scenario.

  4. Holger Schmieding:

    What we are seeing is the service sector holding up comfortably well while the industrial slump has got more room to run and even possibly deepen, this data is not going make recessionary concerns worse, but it also won't make them vanish anytime soon. We are still far away from any stabilization and it could possibly drag on till we see at least a partial trade deal between the U.S. and China.

  5. Stefan Fabiani:

    The banking sector is under pressure across Europe and the US, still feeling the impact of the oil and commodities slump.


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