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bottom

noun
 
 
/ˈbɒtəm/
[S or U] the lowest or worst level of something: hit/reach bottom The Nasdaq fell 29.5% but investors recouped all of their losses 7 weeks after stocks hit bottom.at the bottom There was a job for him in the company, as long as he was prepared to start at the bottom.at the bottom of sth The time to buy is at the bottom of a recession.
[S] the lowest part of something: at the bottom (of sth) Click on "save page" at the bottom of the page.
the bottom drops/falls out of the market ECONOMICS, STOCK MARKET used when a product or share has reached its lowest price and people have stopped buying it: The dot-com bubble burst and the bottom fell out of the tech market. When the bottom dropped out of the stock market, he lost money.
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