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rock bottomnoun [U]

uk   us   informal

rock bottom noun [U] (LOW)

the lowest possible level: Confidence in the government is at rock bottom. Prices have reached rock bottom. They were selling the goods at rock-bottom prices. The prime minister's opinion poll ratings have hit rock bottom.

rock bottom noun [U] (UNHAPPY)

the most unhappy that someone has ever been in their life: Dan had just left me and I was at rock bottom. Alcoholics often have to reach/hit rock bottom before they can recognize that they have a problem.
Translations of “rock bottom”
in Chinese (Traditional) 低點, 最低點, 最低水準…
in Chinese (Simplified) 低点, 最低点, 最低水平…
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