downward-sloping


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Adj.1.downward-sloping - sloping down rather steeply
descending - coming down or downward
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The downward-sloping lineations in the center and right bottom indicate the sand formations on the left bottom of the image formed due to the locally sourced material, and not from sand that the wind happened to blow into the region.
According to the video that a 8 km long downward-sloping tough stage very hard to finish, witnessed many accidents in which a car competing with the number of 14 driven by Siyami Tokatly and Ali GE-clE-, suddenly started to tumbled down over while trying to pass the stage.
It's based on the Countryman, but with a stretched side profile, long doors, muscular flared wheel arches, horizontal rear lights and a downward-sloping roofline.
The model features a frameless window and downward-sloping roofline, a tailgate as large on any hatchback, a retractable rear spoiler, a taller roofline and is equipped with a two-litre, inline-four diesel engine with twin turbos.
With a stretched side profile and long doors, muscular flared wheel arches, integrated rear spoiler, horizontally arranged rear lights and a downward-sloping roofline, the new MINI is a real eyecatcher and the only member of the brand's line-up to be identified by a rear nameplate.
The earliest research confirmed the relationship (hereafter referred to as Study 1), indicating that the purchasing behavior of a small group (N= 9) of consumers purchasing in all 16 products showed ideal matching, some downward-sloping relative demand curves, and a tendency toward maximization (Foxall & James, 2001, 2003).
The GT has typical BMW proportions, four doors with frameless windows, a coupe-style, gently downward-sloping roofline and a large, automatically opening and closing tailgate define the distinctive exterior character of the BMW 3 Series Gran Turismo.
The new car, the Sauber C32-Ferrari, is visually very different from its predecessor, boasting a smooth, slightly downward-sloping nose section and much slimmer sidepods.
Based on the larger Austrian-assembled Countryman model, the Paceman has a stretched side profile with long doors, muscular flared wheel arches, integrated rear spoiler, horizontally arranged rear lights and a downward-sloping roofline.
Billed as the brand's first Sports Activity Coupe, the Paceman comes only as a four-seater model and has a stretched side profile with long doors, muscular flared wheel arches, integrated rear spoiler, horizontally arranged rear lights and a downward-sloping roofline.
Based on the Countryman model, the Paceman has a stretched side pro-file with long doors, muscular flared wheel arches, integrated rear spoiler, horizontally arranged rear lights and a downward-sloping roofline.
Based on the Countryman model, the Paceman has a stretched side profile with long doors, muscular flared wheel arches, integrated rear spoiler, horizontally arranged rear lights and a downward-sloping roofline.