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Phrasal verb: Bottom out

Spanish translation: Tocar fondo

Definition: To reach the bottom, there is no going down any further

Used in sentences:

1.The prices of homes in the real estate market seem to have bottomed out.

2. Disinflation is expected to bottom out by the end of the year.

3. The Japanese economy bottomed out in the first quarter.

Related words or phrases: recession, slump, collapse

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