What is another word for nose-dives?

192 synonyms found


[ nˈə͡ʊzdˈa͡ɪvz], [ nˈə‍ʊzdˈa‍ɪvz], [ n_ˈəʊ_z_d_ˈaɪ_v_z]

The word "nose-dives" refers to a sudden decrease or decline in value, quality or performance. It can also be used to describe a steep dive by an aircraft or a sudden drop in altitude by a bird. Synonyms for "nose-dives" could include plummet, fall, plunge, crash, drop, decline, slide, slump, tumble, or deteriorate. Each of these words can be used depending on the context of the sentence. For example, one could say that the company's sales "plummeted" or "slid" last quarter, or that the stock price experienced a "crash" or "tumble" on the exchange. The choice of synonym adds richness and variety to the language.

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How to use "Nose-dives" in context?

What is a nose-dive?

A nose-dive is a maneuver in which an airplane dives steeply downward from a high altitude. Why do pilots do nose-dives?

A nose-dive can help an airplane gain speed by reducing the air resistance caused by the lower altitude. It can also help an airplane evade enemies or search for a specific target.

Some safety tips for performing a nose-dive:

1. Make sure your flight controls are working properly.

2. Be aware of your altitude and airspeed.

3. Follow your instructor's instructions carefully.

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