But Obama also inherited massive debt and a cratering economy, and military occupations are very expensive.
Dell is faced with a cratering PC market as well as competitors like Amazon in the IT service industry.
It was Jan. 29, 2010, and a key step toward shutting down Gitmo was cratering.
One can only imagine the chaos, the cratering economy, the emergence of all forms of social disorder.
It's not just socialism that's gaining in the polls due to the GOP's cratering popularity.
1610s, from Latin crater, from Greek krater "bowl for mixing wine with water," from kera- "to mix," from PIE root *kere- "to mix, confuse; cook" (see rare (adj.2)). Used in Latin for bowl-shaped mouth of a volcano. Applied to features of the Moon since 1860. As a verb, from 1830 in poetry, 1872 in science. Related: Cratered; cratering.
crater cra·ter (krā'tər)
A circular depression or pit in the surface of a tissue or body part.