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EtymologyEdit

down- +‎ turn

NounEdit

downturn (plural downturns)

  1. A downward trend, or the beginnings of one; a decline.
    The downturn in the economy made it harder to find jobs.

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VerbEdit

downturn (third-person singular simple present downturns, present participle downturning, simple past and past participle downturned)

  1. To turn downwards
  2. To decline

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