Noun(1) loss of emotional control often resulting in emotional collapse(2) rapid descent of an aircraft in a steep spiral
(1) The stock price of the combined company declined more than 75 percent as Wall Street went into a tailspin and advertising swooned.(2) Many of them are fantastic at telling you what has happened last year or promising more of the same when times are good, but precious few spot the early warning signals that can flash amber well ahead of the tailspin .(3) The true picture is of an economy driven by consumer debt, which faces a collapse in house prices that would send consumer spending into a tailspin and see a corresponding growth in poverty and unemployment.(4) Affirmative action in construction contracting programs is in a tailspin , with some cities bailing out of what they now see as a legally risky enterprise.(5) The 22-year-old already is in a tailspin , having failed to get out of the fifth inning in each of his last three June starts.(6) When the airline industry went into a tailspin , the government, banks and other backers rallied round.(7) His low point seemed to be the summer of 1994, when the baseball strike put the peanut and Crackerjack industries into a tailspin .(8) The auto industry began 2001 in a tailspin , with dozens of General Motors, Ford and Chrysler plants temporarily idled for periods of a week or more.(9) With business activity fading and IT investment in a tailspin , many now fear that productivity will continue to hit the skids.(10) From then on, your looks are thrown into a tailspin with out-of-control tresses, skin problems and misbehaving makeup, all seeming to need time-consuming fixes.(11) The collapse of Enron last December initiated a chain reaction which uncovered serious accounting fraud at a number of US multinationals, and put Wall Street into a tailspin .(12) Their shaky logic may have failed in court (at least on appeal), but it did destroy Reems's life, sending him into a tailspin of alcohol abuse and financial and personal despair.(13) But now, if the doom-mongers are to be believed, the group will tailspin and be sold off bit by bit to the highest bidder.(14) An apparently minor problem, such as a flurry of downgrades, could quickly engulf the financial system by sending markets into a tailspin , wiping out hedge funds, and dragging down banks that lent them money.(15) A revamping of its board, new designer offerings and the upgrading of stores have failed to pull Marks & Spencer out of its tailspin .(16) the rise in interest rates sent the stock market into a tailspin
(1) tail-spin :: gynffon-sbin
1. nosedive ::
2. dive ::
3. plummet ::
4. plunge ::
5. fall ::
6. rapid descent ::
7. sharp decline ::
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