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1. A swing downward, as of a golf club.
2. A decline, as of a business.
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1. (Statistics) a statistical downward trend in business activity, the death rate, etc
2. (Golf) golf the downward movement or line of a club when striking the ball
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1. a downward swing, as of a golf club.
2. a downward trend, as of business.
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|Noun||1.||downswing - a swing downward of a golf club|
|2.||downswing - a worsening of business or economic activity; "the market took a downturn"|
worsening - changing something with the result that it becomes worse
downspin - a swift and dangerous downturn
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downswing[ˈdaʊnˌswɪŋ] downturn [ˈdaʊnˌtɜːn] n (Statistics) → calo
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