tail-off

tail-off

n
a gradual decrease in number, amount, quantity, etc
Translations

tail-off

[ˈteɪlɒf] Ndisminución f (paulatina)
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And 47 per cent of Brits reported a tail-off in their sex drive compared with 21 per cent in Switzerland.
Singles sales were already on a downward path but there has been an enormous tail-off recently.
Tampa Maid dips premium shrimp --either 60/80 popcorn, 40/60 tail-off butterfly tenders, or 31/35 tail-on butterfly--in Buffalo seasoned batter then dusts them with Tampa Maid's own Buffalo-style flour.
Beer'n Batter Shrimp are available either tail-on or as tail-off butterflied tenders for hors d'oeuvres, appetizers and lunch or dinner entrees.