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baisse

  

      nf  
   [+taux, température, niveau]   fall, drop  
la baisse du taux de chômage      the fall in the unemployment rate  
en baisse      [cours, action]   falling  
à la baisse      downwards  
revoir les chiffres à la baisse      to revise figures downwards  
     (COMMERCE, de prix)   reduction  
On s'attend à une baisse sur le prix de l'essence.      We're expecting a reduction in the price of petrol., We're expecting the price of petrol to go down.  
"baisse sur la viande"      "meat prices down"  
Translation French - English Collins Dictionary  
Collaborative Dictionary     French-English
n.
decrease
[Bus.]
n.
reduction
exp.
falling
exp.
downwards
prep.
decreasing by
[Bus.]
n.
substantial drop
[Bus.]
n.
dimmed vision
[Med.]
n.
sharp drop
n.
tax reduction
[Bus.]
n.
price reduction
[Bus.]
n.
price fall
[Bus.]
nf.
fall in prices
n.
wage cut
[Bus.]
n.
pressure loss
[Tech.]
n.
drop in consumption
[Bus.]
n.
worsening eyesight
adv.
in sharp drop
[Bus.]
n.
falling share
[Bus.]
n.
mark-down sheet
[Bus.]
adj.
expected to decline
[Bus.]
adj.
expected to decline
[Bus.]
exp.
flagging popularity
Politique
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