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plateaunoun [C]

uk   /ˈplæt.əʊ/  us   /plætˈoʊ/ (plural plateaux uk   /-z/ us   or or mainlyUS plateaus)

plateau noun [C] (FLAT LAND)

a ​largeflatarea of ​land that is high above ​sealevel

plateau noun [C] (NO CHANGE)

a ​period during which there are no ​largechanges: The US ​deathrate reached a plateau in the 1960s, before ​decliningsuddenly.

plateauverb [I]

uk   /ˈplæt.əʊ/  us   /plætˈoʊ/
to ​reach a ​particularlevel and then ​stay the same: I'd been ​losing about a ​pound a ​week on my ​diet, but ​recently I've plateaued and haven't ​lost an ​ounce. The ​economicslowdown has ​causedoursales to plateau.
(Definition of plateau from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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plateaunoun [C]

 us   /plæˈtoʊ/
earth science a ​large, ​flatarea of ​land that is ​higher than the ​land around it A plateau is also a ​period during which there are no ​bigchanges: The ​crimerate in the ​cityreached a plateau in the 1980s and then ​declined.

plateauverb [I]

 us   /plæˈtoʊ/
to ​reach a ​level and ​stay there, ​rather than ​rising or ​falling: The ​populationincrease is ​expected to plateau in the ​year 2007.
(Definition of plateau from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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plateaunoun [S]

uk   /ˈplætəʊ/  us   /plæˈtəʊ/
a ​level beyond which ​businessactivities, ​sales, ​profits, etc. no ​longerdevelop or ​increase, especially after a ​period of rapid ​growth: reach/hit a plateau Do you believe that the ​number of ​people using the ​internet has now ​reached a plateau?

plateauverb [I]

uk   /ˈplætəʊ/  us   /plæˈtəʊ/
to ​stopdeveloping or ​increasing, especially after a ​period of rapid ​growth: Analysts believe the ​market will plateau within the next five ​years in ​line with ​demographictrends.start/begin to plateau Sales of new ​cars have begun to plateau after three ​years of ​recordgrowth.
(Definition of plateau from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Traducciones de “plateau”
en español meseta, altiplano…
in Vietnamese cao nguyên…
in Malaysian penara…
in Thai ที่ราบสูง…
en francés plateau…
en alemán das Plateau…
en chino (simplificado) 平地, 高原…
en turco yayla, plâto, duraklama dönemi…
en ruso плато, отсутствие роста, стабилизация…
in Indonesian dataran tinggi…
en chino (tradicionál) 平地, 高原…
en polaco płaskowyż, zastój…
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