falloff definition

  • noun:
    • A reduction or reduce: a falloff in-car product sales.
    • A reduction or decrease.
    • a noticeable decline in performance.
    • a noticeable deterioration in overall performance or high quality
    • A reduction or reduce: a falloff in car product sales.
    • A reduction or decrease: a falloff in car sales.
    • A reduction or drop.
    • A reduction or decline.
    • a noticeable decline in performance.
    • a noticeable deterioration in overall performance or high quality
    • a noticeable decline in overall performance.
    • a noticeable deterioration in performance or high quality
  • verb:
    • diminish in dimensions or intensity
    • come off
    • fall heavily or suddenly; decline markedly
    • diminish in size or intensity
    • come off
    • fall greatly or abruptly; drop markedly
    • diminish in size or intensity
    • come off
    • fall greatly or all of a sudden; drop markedly

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