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double-dip
American English: /ˌdəb(ə)lˈdɪp/
British English: /ˌdʌb(ə)lˈdɪp/

Translation of double-dip in Spanish:

adjective

  • double-dip recession
    recesión (feminine) de doble suelo
    Example sentences
    • "If the consumer deserts the US economy, then the outlook will be pretty grim and a double dip slowdown is on the cards," said Mr Dunne.
    • But the reality of a real employment shock that would accompany a double dip global slowdown, and the impact it would have on confidence, could be nasty indeed for the banks.
    • This pushes the prospect of a rate rise further back into the autumn - just as evidence of a 'double dip' downturn has pushed a US rate increase well back towards the end of the year.

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