intransitive verb/verbo intransitivo
- [bird/aircraft] caer* en picada or (Spain/España) en picado; [prices/income] caer* en picada or (Spain/España) en picado, desplomarse, irse* a pique plummeting attendance forced many theaters to close el brusco descenso de público obligó a cerrar a muchos teatrosMore example sentences
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- If he fell, he would plummet 60 feet straight down onto the jumble of boulders strewn at the base.
- Without warning, he dropped straight down, plummeting toward the ground far below.
- Requiring nerves of steel, speed sky diving involves plummeting from a plane at more than 300 mph.
- The sale was abruptly halted, the value of the painting plummeted and the they decided to sue.
- She said she knew of people whose property values had plummeted, and others who had been deterred from moving to the area as a result of the threat.
- She said the value of houses has plummeted so low landlords are able to buy property at rock bottom cost and then rent them out for profit.
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In Spain, pinchos are small portions of food, often on a cocktail stick, eaten in a bar or cafe. Often free, they are similar to