Definition of Meltdowns

1. Noun. (plural of meltdown) ¹



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Definition of Meltdowns

1. meltdown [n] - See also: meltdown

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Meltdowns

melpomenish
mels
melt
melt away
melt down
melt into
melt off
melt sandwich
meltabilities
meltability
meltable
meltage
meltages
meltaway
meltdown
meltdowns (current term)
melted
melter
melters
meltest
melteth
meltier
meltiest
melting
melting point
melting points
melting pot
melting pots
melting sign
melting temperature

Literary usage of Meltdowns

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1. International Science and Technology Co-Operation: Towards Sustainable by Korea (South). Kwahak Kisulchʻŏ (2001)
"Nuclear accidents and reactor meltdowns would involve grave threats and risks for human health. • Final disposal of radioactive waste requires a time frame ..."

2. Fatal Indifference: The G8, Africa and Global Health by Ronald Labonte (2004)
"... disruption than the financial meltdowns of recent years (Mexico, Asia, Russia, Brazil, Argentina), and the losses in global stock market valuations. ..."

3. Education in Retrospect: Policy and Implementation Since 1990 by Andre Kraak, Michael Young (2001)
"Unanticipated, this wreaked havoc on planning, resulting in meltdowns in expenditures on teacher development, subject advisory services and learning support ..."

4. Andes 2020: A New Strategy for the Challenges of Colombia and the Region by Daniel W. Christman, John G. Heimann, Julia Sweig (2004)
"... Peru, and Ecuador) to stagnant or contracting (Venezuela and Bolivia).5 Although the Andean economies have avoided major meltdowns in the last couple of ..."

5. Computer Science Research Activities in Asia: Software Technology and by David K. Kahaner (1994)
"Contagion effects, the spreading of the financial meltdowns on account of investor flight from high nsk areas, make the Asia-Pacific Crisis a very real ..."

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