1. to sink or bend downward by weight or pressure, especially in the middle: The roof sags.
2. to hang down unevenly; droop: Her skirt was sagging.
3. to droop; hang loosely: His shoulders sagged.
4. to yield through weakness, lack of effort, or the like: Our spirits began to sag.
5. to decline, as in price: The stock market sagged today.
6. Nautical. (of a hull) to droop at the center or have excessive sheer because of structural
"economies can be sagging."
"markets can be sagging."
"prices can be sagging."
"exports can be sagging."
"dollars can be sagging."
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