Meltdown [noun]

Definition of Meltdown:

calamity; unhappy conclusion

Opposite/Antonyms of Meltdown:

Sentence/Example of Meltdown:

They wouldn’t respond to their meltdowns by holding them down or locking them away, instead of taking the time to figure out what is bothering them.

I had to learn to steer clear of high-stimulus activities because they triggered meltdowns, where I am suddenly and uncontrollably overwhelmed to the point of physically acting out, yelling at people or sobbing, often all at once.

He built Giga by acquiring several firms and, when the young firm was struggling after the dot-com meltdown in 2000, he sold it for about $60 million to Forrester Research.

After the mortgage meltdown of the 2000s, regulators imposed so many new rules and restrictions that banks decided it was better to standardize their operations to avoid any missteps.

Executives at Bank of America, like their peers at JPMorgan and Citigroup, credit government stimulus, like the $2 trillion CARES Act, for preventing a meltdown.

The big unknown is whether the meltdown that appeared to be around the corner is lurking down the road.

Florida again, in a historic election, will be on the news for probably a total administrative meltdown.

She became CEO of chemical giant DuPont at the end of the 2008 financial meltdown.

As tech stocks were in meltdown yesterday, I got an investor note worth sharing.

As the global financial meltdown and Great Recession set in, the Fed — under its then-chairman Ben Bernanke — dropped rates to zero.