plateau (Meaning)

Wordnet

plateau (n)

a relatively flat highland

Webster

plateau (n.)

A flat surface; especially, a broad, level, elevated area of land; a table-land.

An ornamental dish for the table; a tray or salver.

Synonyms & Antonyms of plateau

plateau Sentence Examples

  1. The runner's progress plateaued after several months of intense training.
  2. Economic growth has reached a plateau, leaving policymakers concerned.
  3. The athlete's performance plateaued due to a lack of motivation.
  4. The company's sales have plateaued in recent quarters, requiring a strategy shift.
  5. The plateau in the mountains provided a breathtaking view of the surrounding landscape.
  6. The plateau in demand for the product forced the marketing team to rethink their strategy.
  7. The patient's pain plateaued after receiving medication, indicating a slight improvement.
  8. The relationship reached a plateau, lacking the spark and excitement it once had.
  9. The research project plateaued, with no significant breakthroughs or discoveries occurring recently.
  10. The mountain plateau offered a much-needed respite from the arduous climb.

FAQs About the word plateau

a relatively flat highlandA flat surface; especially, a broad, level, elevated area of land; a table-land., An ornamental dish for the table; a tray or salver.

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change, vary, shift, snap, shift, vary, fluctuate, change, fluctuate, snap

The runner's progress plateaued after several months of intense training.

Economic growth has reached a plateau, leaving policymakers concerned.

The athlete's performance plateaued due to a lack of motivation.

The company's sales have plateaued in recent quarters, requiring a strategy shift.