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a bumpy ride/time

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englisha bumpy ride/timea bumpy ride/timePROBLEMhaving a lot of problems for a long time Shareholders have had a bumpy ride. bumpy
Examples from the Corpus
a bumpy ride/timeIt is therefore going to be, at best, a bumpy ride.Since the programme was announced in 1998, like previous eradication campaigns, it has had a bumpy ride.Euro Disney had a bumpy ride as the market digested its results, sinking to a low of 813p down 35p.It was the same man who had jostled her repeatedly during a bumpy ride on the Lexington Avenue Express subway.The plant had had a bumpy ride since Cellatex was sold off by the chemicals giant Rhne-Poulenc in 1991.It had been a bumpy ride, through the tail end of a thunderstorm.
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