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Drop-off   /drˈɑpˌɔf/   Listen
Drop-off

noun
1.
A noticeable deterioration in performance or quality.  Synonyms: falling off, falloff, slack, slump.  "A gradual slack in output" , "A drop-off in attendance" , "A falloff in quality"
2.
A steep high face of rock.  Synonyms: cliff, drop.  "A steep drop"
3.
A change downward.  Synonyms: decrease, lessening.  "There was a sharp drop-off in sales"



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Words linked to "Drop-off" :   formation, change, declension, alteration, casualty, dwindling away, attrition, slack, drop off, shrinking, modification, drop-off charge, slump, precipice, worsening, drop, dwindling, deterioration, decrease, crag, shrinkage, decline in quality, sinking, geological formation, increase, waning



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