Downward [adjective]

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“I’m hopeful the downward trend in positive cases means that we can start shifting our focus on reopening things and less on enforcement,” he said.

The longer we wait, the more difficult it will be to turn emissions downward.

In theory, those policies should also help ease the burden to families of raising children, thus slowing the downward spiral in the nation’s birth rate.

For a country whose economy has been on a downward slope since demonetisation in 2016, India’s management of the pandemic proved to be the final nail in the coffin.

Be aware there is some visual distortion with these lenses when looking downward.

The upward movements over the past couple weeks were a long-awaited deviation from the glacial, downward trend that rates have followed for the past few months.

The Fed has been purchasing at least $120 billion in bonds each month since early in the pandemic, which has put downward pressure on rates.

By looking down, you’re subconsciously orchestrating a series of downward muscle movements.

The downward trend was pretty reliable, right up until around 2019.

He had been following the rules of his probation, but when Michael’s school switched to remote learning, he began “spiraling downward,” wrote his probation officer, John Meyette.