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"lull" in American English

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lullverb [T]

us   /lʌl/
to cause someone to feel calm, sleepy, or safe: The music lulled the infant to sleep. We were all lulled into thinking they wouldn't do anything.

lullnoun [C]

us   /lʌl/
a period of quiet or reduced activity: a lull in the conversation
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(Definition of lull from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"lull" in Business English

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lullnoun [C]

uk   /lʌl/ us  
a short period of calm in which little happens: After the summer lull, business has picked up again this month.a lull in sth I waited for a lull in the proceedings to pop out for a quick cigarette.
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