- 1Alternately stopping and starting: stop-go drivingMore example sentences
- And then it's the traditional stop-go traffic jam, as the person at the head of the slip spends a few minutes rinsing down their boat before moving on.
- But in cities, emissions from stop-go traffic can be very different.
- A stop-go commitment to the strategic resourcing of our educational provision is the worst possible option.
- 1.1British Of or relating to the alternate restriction and stimulation of economic demand by a government: stop-go policiesMore example sentences
- Has anybody been asked to account for these stop-go policies in relation to investment in residential accommodation?
- Not surprisingly, the economy moved in a stop-go fashion, and households felt uncertain about their future in the jobless recovery.
- Still, the bank has done much to move the economy from stop-go to steady cruising speed.