In the business world, we often need to talk about trends. Today, we’ll present some words you will use all the time.
“Tank” means to fail very fast, to sink.
Example: Facebook prices have tanked.
“Decline” is a downward movement, a fall.
Example: There was a decline in plastic usage before the pandemic.
“Increase” is to become larger or greater.
Example: We can increase the prices without losing clients if we add this feature.
“Soar” means to go very high.
Example: Stock prices have been soaring since the release of our new product.
Here in Worddio, we like data, and we compiled a list of the most common words used to describe trends. For each, you will have a description and an example of how to use it in a sentence.
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