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flatline

verb [I]
 
 
/ˈflætlaɪn/
to remain at the same, usually low, level: For the past two years, both the job market and house prices have flatlined in the area. The party has spent the last three months flatlining with a 34% popularity rating in the monthly polls.
flatlining noun [U]
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