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trough

noun [C] (LOW POINT)
低谷
 
 
/trɒf/ US  /trɑːf/
a low point in a regular series of high and low points
低谷;低谷期,萧条期
Investing small amounts regularly is a good way of smoothing out the peaks and troughs of the stock market.
定期小额投资是均衡股市高峰和低谷的好办法。
Higher and lower points of achievementSuccess and achievementsFailures
specialized (in the study of weather patterns) a long area of low air pressure between two areas of high air pressure
低压槽,槽形低压
A trough of low pressure over hilly areas will bring heavy thunderstorms overnight.
丘陵地区上空的低气压槽将在一夜之间带来强雷阵雨。
Describing bad weather
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