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the downside

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthe downsidethe downsideBADthe negative part or disadvantage of something opp upside Digital cell phones offer more security, but the downside is that they have less power.the downside of The downside of the book is that it is written in a rather boring style. downside
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downside ofHorror stories about the downside of anytime / anyplace work are increasingly rare.The road racer's version of tennis elbow and other physical peculiarities are the downside of this progress.But the downside of the Sony disc is the contribution of Bo Skovhus.Oddly, this comes at a time when former Warrior and Sprewell antagonist Tim Hardaway is discovering the downside of the market.Again, the realization of the downside of being beautiful hit Matt.He, too, is on the downside of his career.The downside of cutting the Scouts a little slack is too politically incorrect to imagine.The downside of this, however, is that they tend not to pay out as much as higher-risk investments.
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