Translation of deflation in Spanish:


deflación, n.

Pronunciation /dəˈfleɪʃ(ə)n/ /dɪˈfleɪʃ(ə)n/

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  • 1

    deflación feminine
    • ‘Growth (in Japan) has recently been constrained by persistent deflations and high levels of nonperforming loans that restrain bank lending,’ she said.
    • The last section provides three studies that explore the behavior of asset prices during deflations.
    • Not every strong decline in asset prices causes deflation, but all major deflations in the world were related to a sudden, continuing and substantial fall in values of assets.
    • They moved to reduce debt and their actions contributed to recession and more price deflation.
    • That's very different than what most think about when they hear the word deflation - the demand-deficient price declines of the 1930s.
  • 2

    (of balloon, tire)
    desinflamiento masculine
    • Martin showed no signs of deflation after exiting the 6-2 mauling against Chester 48 hours earlier with nothing to show from a man of the match performance.
    • The elation at Edgbaston and Old Trafford may well give way to substantial deflation at not being able to win this latest battle and go 2-1 up.
    • Words of encouragement and advice, and indeed a supportive phone call during the week, have always compensated any feeling of deflation at the scales refusing to go downwards.
    • With an almost instantaneous deflation of her aplomb, she shot off the drainer, out of the kitchen door and off onto the patio, complaining loudly all the way.