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Noun
A sudden severe or prolonged fall in the price, value, or amount of something
“Montigaud claimed that overproduction was causing a slump in prices.”
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A drop or fall to a lower level, literally or figuratively
“The tall grass breaks his slump to the ground.”
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A prolonged period of abnormally low economic activity
“The story inevitably starts with the economic slump of the early 1930s.”
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The process of becoming progressively worse in standard or quality
“When I had a form slump, which happens to all tennis players many times in their career, I never panicked or overintellectualized the problem.”
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The act, fact or state of sagging, drooping or sinking
“Then, rather than a slump in the surface due to thaw of exposed permafrost, the permafrost table may rise because of the added insulation.”
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A posture in which the head and shoulders are habitually bent forwards
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A low point, level, or figure
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A sudden failure of an institution or undertaking
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A disappointing end to an exciting or impressive series of events
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A state of low spirits
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To drop or fall down, literally or figuratively
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“They become so short of breath that they slump to the floor.”
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To sit, lean, or fall heavily and limply
“As I attempted to slump into the sofa in my customary rolled-larva-imitation reading position, I found that the lines of sprung steel up my back prevented it.”
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To decline or degenerate in quality, amount, value or degree
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“Crop production and its quality would slump due to a decrease in water resources.”
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To decrease rapidly in amount or value
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“Tobacco merchants constantly ran the risk of overstocking the market and causing prices to slump.”
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(of a business) To go bankrupt
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To bend or hang downwards limply
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To relax, to exert less effort
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To relax or be at ease
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