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trickle-down

adjective [before noun]
 
 
/ˌtrɪk.l̩ˈdaʊn/
describes a situation in which something that starts in the high parts of a system spreads to the whole of the system
滴入式的,涓滴式的
The supposed trickle-down effect of lower taxes for the rich has not yet resulted in greater prosperity for society as a whole.
預想中給富人減稅的涓滴效應還沒有給整個社會帶來更多繁榮。
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in Chinese (Simplified) 滴入式的,涓滴式的…
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