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to stop being effective or making progress
to make less progress or be less successful than other people who are doing a similar job or activity
to not be making any progress, or to not be likely to achieve anything
to have made no progress
to not make progress, especially because you have to wait for something else to happen first
mainly journalism if a process stalls, or if someone stalls it, it stops making progress
to be or become so involved with one particular thing that you cannot make any progress
to be making very little progress
to not get a benefit that someone else is getting
to not be as successful or advanced as another person, organization, or group
an employment concept in which people are paid for each specific, short-term task that they do and don't have conventional contracts of employment
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