Translation of bajón in English:
nombre masculino/masculine noun[familiar/colloquial]
- 1.1 (descenso fuerte) sharp drop o/or fall la Bolsa ha dado un bajón the Stock Exchange index has suffered a sharp fall, the Stock Exchange index has dropped o/or fallen sharply ha dado un bajón este semestre he has gone downhill this semester 1.2 (de ánimo) depression en los últimos meses ha dado un bajón he's gone downhill in the last few months 1.3 (de salud) ya estaba mejor y de pronto dio un bajón tremendo she was getting better when suddenly she took a turn for the worse
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