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down·side / ˈdounˌsīd/ • n. 1. the negative aspect of something, esp. something regarded as in general good or desirable: a magazine feature on the downside of fashion modeling. 2. [often as adj.] a downward movement of share prices: each fund aims to reduce the downside risk by using futures and options.

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