Significado de “droop” - en el Diccionario Inglés

droop en inglés británico

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droopverb [ I ]

uk /druːp/ us /druːp/
drooping
adjective uk /ˈdruː.pɪŋ/ us /ˈdruː.pɪŋ/

drooping branches
Bloodhounds have drooping eyes and floppy ears.
droopy
adjective uk /ˈdruː.pi/ us /ˈdruː.pi/ informal

He had a long droopy moustache.

(Definición de droop del Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

droop en inglés americano

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droopverb [ I ]

us /drup/

to bend or hang down:

The old woman sighed and pushed back a drooping strand of iron-gray hair.

(Definición de droop del Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

droop en inglés de negocios

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droopverb [ I ]

uk /druːp/ us FINANCE

if prices, values, sales, etc. droop they gradually go down:

Since the beginning of the year, the shares have drooped.
The company's Cuba sales have drooped, partly because of rising costs and import difficulties.

droopnoun [ C ]

uk /druːp/ us FINANCE

a situation in which prices, values, sales, etc. gradually go down:

The firm yesterday reported a further droop in sales.

(Definición de droop del Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)