Hunkering Down

Business / Finance / Hunkering Down: Used to describe the position of an investor whose stocks or bonds have dropped in value below their original purchase price.

Hunkering Down

Business / Finance / Hunkering Down: Used to describe the position of an investor whose stocks or bonds have dropped in value below their original purchase price. MORE

Knockdown

Entertainment / Golf / Knockdown: (also 'knockdown shot, punch, punch shot, half shot') a shot played with less than a full swing, mainly to control distance, trajectory and spin MORE

Hold Down

Technology / Rockets / Hold Down: A mechanical clamp for securing a motor to a test stand or to secure an entire vehicle to a launch pad and may be remotely released. MORE

Fourth Down Conversion

Entertainment / Football / Fourth Down Conversion: The act of using a fourth down play to make a first down. These are comparatively uncommon. If a team is close enough, they will generally attempt a field goal on fourth down. Otherwise, they will usu MORE

Fourth Down

Entertainment / Football / Fourth Down: The final of a set of four downs. Unless a first down is achieved or a penalty forces a replay of the down, the team will lose control of the ball after this play. If a team does not think they can ge MORE

Limit Up, Limit Down

Business / Finance / Limit Up, Limit Down: The maximum price change allowed for a commodity futures contract per trading day. MORE

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