- 【矿】塌陷 ，崩坍，坍塌
- vi. 大幅度下降,暴跌 (of price, trade, business activity) fall suddenly or greatly
- vi. 沉重或突然地落下〔倒下〕 fall or flop heavily or suddenly
a noticeable deterioration in performance or quality;
"the team went into a slump"
"a gradual slack in output"
"a drop-off in attendance"
"a falloff in quality"
a long-term economic state characterized by unemployment and low prices and low levels of trade and investment
assume a drooping posture or carriage
fall or sink heavily;
"He slumped onto the couch"
"My spirits sank"
fall heavily or suddenly; decline markedly;
"The real estate market fell off"
go down in value;
"the stock market corrected"
- Sales have slumped in the last month.
- Business slumped after the holiday.
- She slumped, exhausted, onto the sofa.
- He swayed forward and slumped down in his chair.
- He slumped his lanky frame in an easy chair.
- The slump hit his business hard.
- There was once a slump in her career.
- The toy industry is in a slump.
- It broke out soil slump yesterday in Guangxi province.
- What caused the price of irons to slump?
- He is very tired so he slumped into a chair.
He finally broke out of his writing slump with a..competitive surge.出自： J. Irving
How much further ahead would the Tigers be if their star pitchers..weren't in a slump?出自：First Base
Exhausted, he slumped back against the edge of the stair.出自： H. Roth
She slumped toward the ground, young, strong arms..supporting her.出自： A. Haley
I found him slumped over his great black Italian table-desk.出自： L. Auchincloss
A fist landed unexpectedly on my jaw and I slumped to the carpet.出自： A. Guinness