- 美 [ˈnoʊzˌdaɪv]
- 1.if an amount or value nosedives, it suddenly becomes much lower
- 2.if something nosedives, it suddenly becomes a lot less successful
- 1.a sudden reduction in prices, profits, etc.; a sudden end to success
- 2.an occasion when an airplane suddenly falls out of the sky with its nose pointing down
- 1.暴跌股票与证券行业英语词汇 ... Nikkei Stock Aver age 日经股票平均指数 nosedive （价格等）暴跌 NYSE’Volume 纽约股票交易量 ...2.俯冲GRE逆序_馆档网 ... conducive 有助于…的 nosedive （飞机）俯冲，暴跌 conceive 怀孕，构想 ...3.急转直下ECONOMIST 部分词汇_无涯天堂... ... 80. upshot: 结局，结果 83. nosedive: 急转直下，暴跌 84. cosmetic: 装门面的，表面文 …4.猛跌BEC高级词汇详细版 ... non-negotiable 不可改变（商量）的 nosedive 猛跌 null and void 无效的 ...5.垂直俯冲英语单词nosedive是什么意思，英文单... ... nosedive n.汽车点头 nosedive n.垂直俯冲; Stock prices took a nosedive. 股票猛跌 ...6.大暴跌活用单字宝典/常用片语宝典/流行口语宝典 ... Down 记住了；准备好了 Nosedive 大暴跌 Under the Weather 身体不适的 ...
We were all terrified when the pilot took the plane into a nosedive .
I've had a few blogger friends send me an alarmed message when their subscriptions stats take a daily nosedive.
The housing stagnation dates to 1991, the year that diminished expectations about Japan's economy sent property values into a nosedive.
Nobody realized just how aggressively until fuel prices threw the industry into a nosedive.
Now, however, spending is set to nosedive (see chart), and Mr Salmond must hope he does not go with it.
Howard: The stock market in the US took a nosedive last night. I'll call Mr. Tsai to see if there's anything we should do.
Colleges try to maintain the good standard of educational ethics, which should never take a nosedive.
The stock market plummeted again yesterday. Several listed companies plagued by rumors of financial crisis saw their prices nosedive.
Teen births among African Americans are now rising again, predictably, given the recent economic nosedive.
Without the jump in government spending, GDP would still be in a nosedive.
Abroad, demand for Japanese exports is in a nosedive.
It is said by the specialists that the Japanese yen would nosedive further.
Yet most are still more concerned that the economy could yet nosedive as credit becomes scarcer.
He shocked leaders by passing around a chart that showed Portugal's bonds tracking Greece's nosedive.
The music business is undoubtedly in a nosedive--worth half of what it was a decade ago, with album sales dropping 12. 8% in 2010.
Other times though, things take a nosedive.
But Utah's nosedive didn't start until March 31, more than a month after Boozer returned to the lineup.
Its latest earnings, released this week, were down sharply as sales for its gasoline-fueled cars in China took a nosedive.
In recent weeks, however, things have taken a nosedive.
Today the stock market took a nosedive and dropped 25 points.