English version

in/into a tailspin

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishin/into a tailspinin/into a tailspinin or into a bad situation that keeps getting worse in a way that you cannot control Raising interest rates could send the economy into a tailspin. tailspin
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in/into a tailspinRaising interest rates could send the economy into a tailspin.But I don't go into a tailspin over it.Lenny's career went into a tailspin when he decided personality mattered more than material.The economy went into a tailspin.Its shares went into a tailspin.
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