Noun(1) a state of inactivity (in business or art etc(2) a belt of calms and light winds between the northern and southern trade winds of the Atlantic and Pacific
(1) There is no doubt about the fact that motor sport is picking up again in Thailand, after a period in the doldrums following the economic crash.(2) He said: ├ö├ç├┐It's another indication the electronics industry is in the doldrums .├ö├ç├û(3) The village primary school was in the doldrums after being chastised for ├ö├ç├┐serious weaknesses├ö├ç├û in pupil behaviour, which was disrupting lessons, and for the poor quality of teaching.(4) But at the moment, it's very much in the doldrums .(5) The sector was in the doldrums and struggling to cope with the competition.(6) All boom/bust cycles led to prolonged periods when once favoured assets stay in the doldrums for years.(7) And whether it's the doldrums of the blues or the pits, we've all been there and allowed sorrow to swallow us up, if only temporarily.(8) They fear their relationship has lost momentum-the wind is gone and they've entered the doldrums .(9) ├ö├ç├┐Engineering has generally been in the doldrums recently, but we are always looking to invest in new machinery and in the workforce, and the staff are behind us in this,├ö├ç├û he said.(10) Wednesday had arrived as usual, a hill in the middle of the week, equidistant from the doldrums of Monday and the sweet salvation of the Friday that always seemed too far away.(11) If you have a room that's suffering from the doldrums , a bit of tomato - paired with bright yellow, or with white stripes - will be sure add a jolt of energy.(12) The trade winds from both hemispheres converge towards the doldrums and a zone of low pressure, the equatorial trough, that girdles the earth.(13) The competitors will sail west to east, through the doldrums , round three capes, and will have to dodge icebergs in the gale-ridden Southern Ocean.(14) We're not down in the doldrums like teams usually are when a new manager comes in.(15) Shares remained in the doldrums for most of the session, although a jump on Wall Street on its opening in the afternoon saw British stocks leap 56 points into positive territory.(16) Professional soccer - unless one happens to be in the top echelon - are in the doldrums at present, and it becomes increasingly difficult for clubs to balance the books.
(1) in the doldrums :: 低迷で
1. depression ::
2. melancholy ::
3. gloom ::
6. dejection ::
7. despondency ::
8. low spirits ::
9. despair ::
10. inertia ::
11. apathy ::
14. blue funk ::
15. blues ::
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