Slowdown [noun]

Definition of Slowdown:

slacking off; gradual decrease

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Sentence/Example of Slowdown:

Nor were they driven by anger related to the civil rights abuses facing communities of color or the delayed stimulus payments to address the economic slowdown.

The county opened up vaccinations to residents 75 and older Monday, citing a recent slowdown in appointments.

The result is a mix of slowdowns in getting vaccines out and discarded doses as people don’t meet narrow guidelines.

If the pandemic were to go on for the second part of 2021, which I think nobody believes will be the case, you might have some impact because of administrative slowdowns and other things.

Illumina in 2019 noted a slowdown in demand for consumer DNA test kits.

If a shutdown lasts through next week, the slowdown in government operations would be far more noticeable, as hundreds of thousands employees would not come to the office.

Another factor is the pandemic-related slowdown in household income this year, Page-Jarrett says.

The company, led by CEO and cofounder Brian Chesky, confidentially filed for its IPO in August, just three months after cutting 2,000 employees as a result of a pandemic-related slowdown in rentals.

I thought there would be a slowdown, but there has not been.

The spread of Covid-19 and the economic slowdown it triggered had suppressed demand for networking and computer hardware and services.