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falling-offnoun [S]

uk   /ˌfɔː.lɪŋˈɒf/  us   /ˌfɑː-/
the fact of a rate, amount, or quantity becoming smaller or lower: Hotels have recorded a falling-off in reservations this summer.
Translations of “falling-off”
in Chinese (Traditional) (數量)減少, (比率)下降, (品質)降低…
in Chinese (Simplified) (数量)减少, (比率)下降, (质量)降低…
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