How to Pronounce downer?

Correct pronunciation for the word "downer" is [dˈa͡ʊnə], [dˈa‍ʊnə], [d_ˈaʊ_n_ə].

"Downer" in context

A downer is a negative emotion or feeling. It can refer to someone feeling sad, frustrated, or discouraged. It can also refer to a physical reaction such as fatigue or sluggishness. It is the opposite of an upper, which is a positive feeling that lifts one up.

Downers can be caused by a variety of things, including stress, illness, or a traumatic event. They can also be caused by changes in hormones, such as during pregnancy or menopause. Symptoms of a downer can be physical, such as having a headache or feeling tired, or emotional. A person may feel overwhelmed, hopeless, or sad.

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