25 terms

Vocabulary for Describing Graphs 23B

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peak (v)
to reach the highest, strongest, or best point, value, or level of skill
decrease (v)
to become or make less
rise (v)
go up
sharply (adv)
quickly and suddenly
rock bottom
the lowest possible level
steady (adj)
not moving or changing suddenly
fluctuate (v)
to rise and fall; to vary irregularly
drop (v)
to go lower
decline (v)
to move toward a weaker condition
remain (v)
continue in a place, position, or situation
slump (v)
fall heavily or suddenly
take off (v)
to suddenly start to be successful or popular
soar (v)
increase dramatically
crash (v)
fail
a sudden large fall in the value
rocket (v)
to rise extremely quickly or make extremely quick progress towards success
escalate (v)
to go up or increase in size or scope
plunge (v)
to go down suddenly
dip (v)
to become lower in level or amount
slide (v)
to go into a worse state
plummet (v)
fall suddenly and steeply
pick up (v)
improve /increase
rally (v)
to return to a better condition
stabilize (v)
(v.) to keep from changing, maintain
bounce back
recover
to return quickly to a normal condition after a difficult situation
flatten (v)
to stop rising or falling, and stay at the same level

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