English noun: drop-off
|1.||drop-off (process) a noticeable deterioration in performance or quality|
|Samples||The team went into a slump.|
A gradual slack in output.
A drop-off in attendance.
A falloff in quality.
|Synonyms||falling off, falloff, slack, slump|
|Broader (hypernym)||declension, decline in quality, deterioration, worsening|
|2.||drop-off (object) a steep high face of rock|
|Samples||He stood on a high cliff overlooking the town.|
A steep drop.
|Broader (hypernym)||formation, geological formation|
|Narrower (hyponym)||crag, precipice|
|3.||drop-off (event) a change downward|
|Samples||There was a decrease in his temperature as the fever subsided.|
There was a sharp drop-off in sales.
|Broader (hypernym)||alteration, change, modification|
|Narrower (hyponym)||attrition, casualty, dwindling, dwindling away, shrinkage, shrinking, sinking, waning|