Definition of Downswing

1. Noun. A swing downward of a golf club.

Generic synonyms: Golf Shot, Golf Stroke, Swing



2. Noun. A worsening of business or economic activity. "The market took a downturn"
Exact synonyms: Downturn
Generic synonyms: Worsening
Specialized synonyms: Downspin

Definition of Downswing

1. Noun. The portion of any movement along an arc or curve, heading in a lower direction. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Downswing

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Downswing

downstater
downstaters
downstates
downsteepy
downstep
downsteps
downstream
downstream processing
downstroke
downstrokes
downstroy
downstroyed
downstroying
downstroys
downstyle
downswing (current term)
downswings
downtempo
downthrow
downthrows
downtick
downticks
downtime
downtimes
downto
downtown
downtowner
downtowners
downtowns
downtrend

Literary usage of Downswing

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1. Oecd Glossaries Economics Glossary: Edition 2006-Glossaires de L'Ocde by Oecd (2006)
"... passage à la phase descendante du cycle cumulative downturn in activity processus de récession cumulative cyclical downturn >ut. downturn, downswing, ..."

2. A New Dimension of Time by Marc van der Erve (2007)
"In other words, a succession of four combinations of upswing and downswing waves would consist of several other successions at faster timescales. ..."

3. Global Challenge and Local Response: Initiatives for Economic Regeneration by Walter B. Stöhr (1990)
"... during the second Kondratieff downswing (about 1873-95), and during the third Kondratieff downswing (about 1926 to the Second World War: cf. ..."

4. United Kingdom by Oecd (2004)
"... close the productivity gap The UK economy has proved remarkably resilient during the recent downswing with output falling only a little below potential. ..."

5. Economic Development Policies in Resource-rich Countries by Miguel Urrutia, Setsuko Yukawa (1988)
"Government expenditure increases with the higher tax revenues of commodity booms but does not decrease in the downswing. With or without participation of ..."

6. Oecd Economic Surveys by OECD Economic Surveys (1975)
"... of the cyclical downswing and the fall in the price of copper, and moving down further since then. Although still relatively low by international ..."

7. Germany by OECD Staff, OECD (2004)
"Weak confidence in the economic recovery adds to the lack of economic resilience The cyclical downswing following the growth peak in 2000 confirmed the ..."

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