ease off

Definition of "ease off"
  1. A slightly decreasing trend in a market's price
How to use "ease off" in a sentence
  1. When the demand for the product began to ease off, the company reduced its production.
  2. After the holiday season, sales typically ease off in the retail industry.
  3. With stock options easing off, shareholders began to express concerns.

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