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ADJECTIVE + FALL. Dramatic fall. Dramatic fall. Dramatic fall  (adjective + noun) = a quick and large drop. NOTE: Dramatic fall can also take a verb + adverb form. E.g.. " The share price fell dramatically between 1995 and 1996. Gradual fall. Gradual fall.

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Dramatic fall1
Dramatic fall

  • Dramatic fall (adjective + noun) = a quick and large drop.NOTE:Dramatic fall can also take a verb + adverb form.E.g.. "The share price fell dramatically between 1995 and 1996



Gradual fall1
Gradual fall

  • Gradual fall (adjective + noun) = a slow decrease over a long period.NOTE:Gradual fall can also take a verb + adverb form.E.g.. "The share price fell gradually between 1990 and 1993"



Marked fall1
Marked fall

  • Marked fall (adjective + noun) = a significant decrease; a larger and more important drop when compared to a previous fall.NOTE:Marked fall can also take a verb + adverb form.E.g.. "The share price fell markedly between 1991 and 1992"



Rapid fall1
Rapid fall

  • Rapid fall (adjective + noun) = a quick and large drop.NOTE:Rapid fall can also take a verb + adverb form.E.g.. "The share price fell rapidly between 1995 and 1996"



Moderate fall1
Moderate fall

  • Moderate fall (adjective + noun) = a small or slight drop; not a bad fall.NOTE:Moderate fall can also take a verb + adverb form.E.g.. "The share price fell moderately between 1993 and 1994"



Significant fall1
Significant fall

  • Significant fall (adjective + noun) = a large and important drop. A fall that shows that there is reason for concern.NOTE:Significant fall can also take a verb + adverb form.E.g.. "The share price fell significantly between 1994 and 1995"



L ight fall
Light fall

  • Light fall (adjective + noun) = a small or moderate drop; not a bad fall.NOTE:Slight fall can also take a verb + adverb form.E.g.. "The share price fell slightly between 1992 and 1993"



Sharp fall1
Sharp fall

  • Sharp fall (adjective + noun) = a quick and sudden drop.NOTE:Sharp fall can also take a verb + adverb form.E.g.. "The share price fell sharply between 1992 and 1993"



Sudden fall1
Sudden fall

  • Sudden fall (adjective + noun) = a quick and unexpected drop, especially after long period of increase.NOTE:Sudden fall can also take a verb + adverb form.E.g.. "The share price fell suddenly between 1997 and 1998"


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