bottomed bottomed  /ˈbɑ təmd/

Definition(s):

  • (adj) having a bottom of a specified character

Usage(s):

  1. No matter that the fan shouting alongside is mandarin or mendicant, from the mainland or local born, a great-great-grandma with bound feet or a bare-bottomed tot, the voices are one.
  2. A person's vision may cloud a little as he tries to peer into the shadows of Swiss bank vaults or into the double-bottomed luggage of the Marcos real estate deals.
  3. Not only did he have no experience at producing a regular comic book, the popularity of such titles had long since bottomed out with the end of the Mutant Turtles.

News

  1. Facebook upgraded to Buy from Hold at Stifel

    Stifel upgraded Facebook with a $29 price target citing near-term catalysts and its belief that shares have bottomed. The firm sees potential catalysts from inclusion in the S&P 500 Index, enthusiasm over ...
    on June 10, 2013     Source: Theflyonthewall.com via Yahoo! Finance

  2. Housing: Watch Inventory

    I've been watching for sale inventory very closely this year. My guess is inventory probably bottomed early this year. Inventory in many areas is still very low, but when more inventory comes on the market, buyer urgency will wane - and price increases will slow.
    on June 9, 2013     Source: Calculated Risk

Quotes

  1. While store traffic was still lower in the fourth quarter, which ended Sept. 30, a slight improvement in the first few weeks of October may suggest, "perhaps, let's underline perhaps, we've bottomed out during the fourth quarter, but we're still...
    on Oct 29, 2008 By: Howard Schultz Source: Newsweek

  2. However, Paul Otellini, president and chief executive of Intel, said: "We believe PC sales bottomed out during the first quarter and the industry is returning to normal seasonal patterns."
    on Apr 15, 2009 By: Paul Otellini Source: Times Online

  3. "The financial crisis, (on a scale) rarely seen in 100 years, is still spreading and has not bottomed out yet," Wen said during a rare online chat.
    on Feb 28, 2009 By: Wen Jiabao Source: Reuters India

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