noun, Also, nose dive
a plunge of an aircraft with the forward part pointing downward.
a sudden sharp drop or rapid decline:
a time when market values were in a nosedive.
verb (used without object), nosedived or nosedove, nosedived, nosediving. Also, nose-dive
to go into a nosedive:
a warning that prices might nosedive.
“sudden large decrease,” 1920, from airplane sense, first attested 1912, from nose (n.) + dive (n.). As a verb from 1915.
plural noun 1. medication applied through the nostrils with a dropper.
- No see
Related Terms long time no see
noun, Nautical. 1. (def 2).
[noh-see-uh m] /noʊˈsi əm/ noun, Northern and Western U.S. 1. . noun Any tiny biting insect; midge; gnat [1847+; fr a presumed Indian term]