ニュースで英語術 (October 21, 2021)
U.S. OIL HITS 7-YEAR HIGH
bounce back — phrasal verb with bounce verb
C1 to start to be successful again after a difficult period, for example after experiencing failure, loss of confidence, illness, or unhappiness: Stock prices bounced back after a steep plunge earlier this week.
Children often seem to bounce back from illness more quickly than adults do.
(from Cambridge Dictionary)
take a dive
(of prices, hopes, fortunes, etc.) fall suddenly.
‘profits could take a dive as easily as they could soar’
October 21, 2021
The kidnapping of a group of American missionaries in Haiti draws attention to the nation's deteriorating security situation.
A rare "megapod" of humpback whales is encountered near Australia.
A new railway connects China and Laos.
And an American performer is unexpectedly greeted by an American "Legend."