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  • verb
    slumps; slumped; slumping
    [no obj]
    always followed by an adverb or preposition
    to sit or fall down suddenly and heavily
    to move down or forward suddenly
    to decrease suddenly and by a large amount
    plural slumps
    [count] a sudden decrease in prices, value, amount, etc.
    a market slump - often + in
    a slump in real estate prices
    a period of time when an economy is doing poorly
    The economy's been in a slump since last year.
    US sports :a period of time when a team or player is doing poorly
    He's in a batting slump.