Definition of cyclical in English:

cyclical

Pronunciation: /ˈsīklək(ə)l//ˈsiklək(ə)l/

adjective

  • Occurring in cycles; recurrent.

    ‘the cyclical nature of the cement industry’
    • ‘There has been no meaningful increase in productivity growth outside expected cyclical improvements.’
    • ‘The cyclical nature of the play also brought it into a universal context.’
    • ‘The excitement and suspense mounts and ebbs in its very own cyclical fashion, just like the tides.’
    • ‘No doubt some of that decline is a cyclical response to the giant surge in the late 1990s.’
    • ‘In spite of the cyclical nature of the cement industry, the company has performed remarkably well.’
    • ‘Happily, the money-supply growth rate now is not as out of control as it was in previous episodes of cyclical excess.’
    • ‘The sector is viewed as cyclical by analysts because demand for transport for goods is highly dependent on the global economy.’
    • ‘The business is cyclical, but there is evidence that the growth in premium rates is levelling off.’
    • ‘The two main components of spending that tend to be the most volatile and cyclical are investment and exports.’
    • ‘Variations in exports are expected to be sufficient in order to cope with the cyclical ups and downs in production.’
    recurrent, recurring, happening at regular intervals, regular, repeated, repetitive
    periodic, seasonal, circular
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Pronunciation:

cyclical

/ˈsīklək(ə)l//ˈsiklək(ə)l/