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recession

noun   /rɪˈseʃ.ən/
A a period when the economy of a country is not successful and conditions for business are bad recesión The country is sliding into the depths of (a) recession.1431
(Definition of recession from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

recession

noun /rəˈseʃən/
(business) a temporary fall in a country’s or the world’s business activities recesión The country is currently going through a recession.
(Definition of recession from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “recession”
in Vietnamese tình trạng suy thoái…
in Malaysian kemelesetan ekonomi…
in Thai การตกต่ำทางเศรษฐกิจ…
in French récession…
in German die Rezession…
in Chinese (Simplified) (经济)衰退期…
in Turkish ekonomide durgunluk/gerileme…
in Russian спад, рецессия…
in Indonesian resesi…
in Chinese (Traditional) (經濟)衰退期…
in Polish recesja…
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