noun Also nose dive .
verb (used without object), nose·dived or nose·dove, nose·dived, nose·div·ing.Also nose-dive .
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The reality of the coming winter, featuring 4pm sunsets and icy temperatures, was setting in, and I worried that my motivation to go on rambling post-work walks was about to take a nosedive.The cleverest lockdown accessory is a mini bike that fits under your desk|Sarah Todd|December 30, 2020|Quartz
Oil prices took a nosedive during the peak of the pandemic, sending another warning that the industry’s standing on shaky legs.
As Americans stare into the threat of a deep recession, it’s no surprise lawmakers are looking to Depression-era policies to steer the economy out of its nosedive.Congress should legalize cannabis now—for the economy and for social justice|matthewheimer|December 3, 2020|Fortune
When your “portfolio” is split up like this, you won’t lose too much if a new venture takes a nosedive.
An existing manual penalty, also known as a manual action, took the SERP slide into a nosedive.
Back in the 2011 season, the Colombian crop took a nosedive, dropping from 12 million bags to 7.6 million.
Much the same as the rest of the world, the music industry took a nosedive in 2008.Sandi Thom On How To Make It As A Female Rock Star|Sandi Thom|April 9, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Detroit broke down, the Steel Belt rusted, and bourbon whiskey took a terrifying nosedive.Hillbilly Heaven: The History of Small-Batch Bourbon|Dane Huckelbridge|March 29, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Local newspapers in Caracas have also reported that a fishing crew witnessed the plane nosedive into the sea.
Whatever else you say about his policies, they halted the economic nosedive of 2008-2009.