Definition of recession
What is the definition of "recession"?
1. The act of withdrawing or going back.
2. An extended decline in general business activity, typically two consecutive quarters of falling real gross national product.
3. The withdrawal in a line or file of participants in a ceremony, especially clerics and choir members after a church service.
4. Law The act of restoring possession to a former owner.
Use "recession" in a sentence
"BLOOMBERG: Whether the term recession, which is a technical term, will be appropriate, I have no idea, but the country is in a-- has some very serious economic problems."
"BLOOMBERG: Whether the term recession, which is a technical term, will be appropriate, I have no idea."
""These stocks give new meaning to the term recession proof," Cramer said."
Words like "recession" (synonyms)
How to Say "recession" in:
- Spanish: recession
- German: recession
- French: recession
- Mandarin: recession
- Japanese: recession
Words Like recession
NEARBY & RELATED ENTRIES
- economic condition