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  1. double-dip

    • IPA[ˌdəb(ə)lˈdip]

    美式

    • adj.
      denoting or relating to a recession during which a period of economic decline is followed by a brief period of growth, followed by a further period of decline
    • n.
      a double-dip recession
    • v.
      obtain an income from two different sources, typically in an illicit way;dip (an item of food) into a shared sauce and take a bite then repeat the action with the same food item
    • verb: double-dip, 3rd person present: double-dips, gerund or present participle: double-dipping, past tense: double-dipped, past participle: double-dipped

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    • 相關詞

    形容詞

    • 1. denoting or relating to a recession during which a period of economic decline is followed by a brief period of growth, followed by a further period of decline a double-dip recession a higher likelihood of a more severe and prolonged double-dip scenario

    名詞

    • 1. a double-dip recession this strategy should help mitigate the risk of the economy falling into a double-dip

    動詞

    • 1. obtain an income from two different sources, typically in an illicit way they compared notes and discovered that he was double-dipping
    • 2. dip (an item of food) into a shared sauce and take a bite then repeat the action with the same food item don't double-dip the chips! consider dips with fresh vegetables, and no double-dipping
    • n.
      an economic recession during which a period of decline is followed by a brief period of growth, ... higher food and energy prices could increase the risk of a double-dip recession

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      an economic recession during which a period of decline is followed by a brief period of growth, ... higher food and energy prices could increase the risk of a double-dip recession

    Oxford American Dictionary

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    • IPA[ˌdʌb(ə)lˈdɪp]

    英式

    • adj.
      denoting or relating to a recession during which a period of economic decline is followed by a ... a double-dip recession a higher likelihood of a more severe and prolonged double-dip scenario
    • n.
      a double-dip recession: this strategy should help mitigate the risk of the economy falling into a double-dip
    • v.
      obtain an income from two different sources, typically in an illicit way: they compared notes and discovered that he was double-dipping

    Oxford Dictionary