|NOUN || a plummet | plummets |
|VERB || to plummet | plummeted / plummetted | plummeted / plummetted|
plummeting / plummetting | plummets
|SYNO ||plumb | plumb bob | plummet | ...|
NOUN article.ind sg | pl
VERB to infinitive | simple past | past participle
present participle | 3rd person
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- It is also featured in "SWAT" and it is seen taking a nosedive plummet from a mountain as the cataclysmic events of December 21, 2012, unfold in 2012.
- Pompeii Pete – Stupe De Jour: After firing his assistant from his cookery show, Dan gets a replacement in Pete, who might cause his ratings to plummet.
- In classical ballet, aplomb (...) refers to an unwavering stability maintained during a vertical pose or movement. The word is of French origin, coming from "à plomb", "according to the plummet".
- One of the most obvious risk is economic risk, where the economy could go bad at any given moment, causing stock prices to plummet.
- There's a scream as you plummet away.
- When he was three, Barker witnessed the French skydiver Léo Valentin plummet to his death during a performance at an air show in Liverpool. He later alluded to Valentin in many of his stories.
- Some modern total stations have an integral laser plummet built in.
- Dairy subsidies continued, but competition between cheese makers was reintroduced, causing prices to plummet.
- By April 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic had caused global air travel numbers to plummet, as airlines cut up to 95% of their trips, dwarfing the impact of the "flygskam" movement.
- In early 2020, American airports saw their passenger numbers plummet due to the COVID-19 global pandemic.
- A plummet amulet is an amulet created by Ancient Egyptians in the shape of a plumb bob or plummet.
- Roof tilers plummet down and break in two.
- Claudia Panseri, head of equity strategy at Société Générale, speculated in late May 2012 that eurozone stocks could plummet up to 50 percent in value if Greece makes a disorderly exit from the eurozone.
- The TFL administration had also been lax in their financial control of the competition and by 1992 it was servicing a debt of $300,000 and growing as crowd numbers continued to plummet.
- Soundings of this type were usually taken using leads that had a wad of tallow in a concavity at the bottom of the plummet.
- The cause of the sudden plummet in 2020 numbers is a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
- On the other hand, temperatures can plummet to [...] and can plummet in Bsharri mountain to [...] on some occasions during the winter.
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