/down"suyd'/, n.
1. the lower side or part.
2. a downward trend, esp. in stock prices.
3. a discouraging or negative aspect.
4. of or involving a decline, esp. in stock prices: The downside risk on this stock is considered far greater than the potential for gain.
[1675-85; DOWN1 + SIDE1]

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