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flagging

adjective [before noun]
 
 
/ˈflæɡɪŋ/
becoming weaker, slower, or less effective: He's trying to revive his flagging career. Several economists point to flagging demand as a reason that prices haven't risen as expected. Pressure is mounting for a cut in interest rates to revive the flagging economy. We have to find ways to boost our flagging sales.
Translations of “flagging”
in Chinese (Traditional) 變弱的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 变弱的…
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