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plummetverb [I]

uk   us   /ˈplʌm.ɪt/
to fall very quickly and suddenly: House prices have plummeted in recent months. Several large rocks were sent plummeting down the mountain. She plummeted to the ground.
Translations of “plummet”
in Arabic يَهبِط…
in Korean 급락하다…
in Malaysian batu ladung…
in French tomber à pic…
in Turkish ansızın düşmek, birden azalmak, tepe taklak olmak…
in Italian precipitare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 暴跌,急遽下降…
in Russian стремительно падать…
in Polish (gwałtownie) spadać…
in Vietnamese lao thẳng xuống…
in Spanish caer en picado…
in Portuguese precipitar-se, cair velozmente…
in Thai ตกฮวบลง…
in German stürzen…
in Catalan caure en picat…
in Japanese (数値が)急落する…
in Indonesian jatuh…
in Chinese (Simplified) 暴跌,急剧下降…
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