bottom out Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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"bottom out" in British English

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bottom out

phrasal verb with bottom uk   /ˌbɒt.əm/  us   /ˌbɑː.t̬əm/ verb
to have ​reached the ​lowestpoint in a ​continuouslychangingsituation and to be about to ​improve: Economists ​think that the ​recession is bottoming out.
(Definition of bottom out from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"bottom out" in American English

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bottom out

 /ˈbɑt̬·əˈmɑʊt/
phrasal verb with bottom verb
to ​reach the ​lowestpoint in a ​changingsituation, before any ​improvementbegins: The ​housingmarket has bottomed out in this ​part of the ​country.
(Definition of bottom out from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"bottom out" in Business English

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bottom out

phrasal verb with bottom uk   us   /ˈbɒtəm/ verb
to ​reach the ​lowestpoint in a continuously ​changinglevel that is about to ​startrising or ​increasing again: He believes the ​economicslump has bottomed out, and the ​economy will ​turn around. Long-term ​mortgagerates bottomed out and have ​risensharply since then.
(Definition of bottom out from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “bottom out”
in Chinese (Simplified) 到达最低点, 不再恶化…
in Chinese (Traditional) 到達最低點, 不再惡化…
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