This page is about the phrasal verb tail off.
Meaning: to gradually become less in amount or lower in levelSynonym: taper off, dwindle
- tail off At first the book sold very well, but after a few months sales tailed off and now we only sell a few copies.
- tail off We had many enquiries on the day the ad appeared, but they tailed off over the next few days.
The number of visitors to the website has tailed off, and now there are
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Contributor: Matt Errey