- v. Simple past tense and past participle of plateau.
“Oh, we don't mean her music one, that one is still vibrant as the term plateaued will allow.”
“Seeking to derail the first of three suits filed by women alleging discrimination, a Fresno State attorney told jurors Monday that former volleyball coach Lindy Vivas was fired because her team had "plateaued" -- not because Vivas pushed hard for women's athletics or was rumored to be a lesbian.”
“The rate has plateaued, which is what particular people said in the past that it would do without kerbside.”
“In an interview, Sony Chief Financial Officer Masaru Kato said one area of concern for holiday sales is the soft economy in North America, where he believes television sales have "plateaued" for the time being.”
“It's certainly not a full resolution of all the stories in progress, but those stories are 'plateaued' or put on hold in a manner that does not demand immediate resolution probably why the wait for Feast was not as onerous for many fans as the one for Dance is at the moment.”
“However, Jon and Daenerys' stories were 'plateaued' at the end of ASoS.”
“He said EAA does seem to have "plateaued" in recent years, but the attractions are more spread out during the week, so there's never a decline in traffic.”
“The figure has "plateaued", Cranfield warns, because last year it reached 12.2pc, and the year before it stood at 12pc.”
“And then on global core access obviously pretty elevated levels from historical perspective but it looks like its kind of plateaued here, is that a reflection of just better market conditions or your outlook for the regulatory environment going forward.”
“We have hopes that they won't be as drastic, that maybe they've kind of plateaued," she said.”
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