- n a change from a financially rewarding but stressful career to a less well paid but more fulfilling one
- n a change to a lower gear in a car or bicycle
- Much would have to change in the typical workplace for parents to be able to downshift temporarily and then resume their pace as their children grew older.
- The engine roars and whines as I accelerate, downshift, accelerate, downshift, finally propelling me to 160 kmhour after I round the last turn and head for the pit stop.
- That spells a sharp downshift in real consumption growth from the nearly 4% average pace of 1995 to 2007 to around 1.
News & Articles
- Samsung's Response To Android May Have Hit A Snag
The company's Tizen project has reportedly been delayed, raising questions about its reliance on Android and how fast it can downshift to the growing market for cheaper phones.
July 5, 2013 - Forbes
- St Ambrose in ThatsRacin.com
Elliott (Sadler) got into the back of us and spun us out, but that wasn't the problem,Ambrose said. "I was selecting first gear on the downshift when he hit me. It must have shoved the gear box and broke the gears. It put a hole in the...
- Scott Dixon in Seattle Post Intelligencer
I think I was getting a bit erratic towards the end,Dixon said. "I missed a downshift going into turn two and then hit the wall, maybe twice......I just couldn't put a good lap together."
- Adrian Zaugg in SuperSport
I started to hear ugly noises coming from the engine around lap eight and then I started battling with second gear,said Zaugg. "After the pit stop the engine started to misfire and I couldn't downshift. Eventually I couldn't find any...