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Slowing It Down. Narrative passages that contain a great deal of detail -- slowly
establishing scenes and containing longer sentences -- feel slower than other ...
a usually gradual decrease in the pace or level of activity of something <disease
experts are encouraged by the recent slowdown in the spread of the virus> ...
Synonyms and antonyms for slowdown. 1. slowdown (n.) the act of slowing down
or falling behind. Synonyms: retardation,; delay,; lag,; holdup. Synonym.com ...
Verb 1. slow down - lose velocity; move more slowly; "The car decelerated"
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