idiom slippery slope, meaning dangerous situation, heading to disaster idiom

Idiom: to be on a slippery slope –  to be in a dangerous or bad situation which will probably only get worse.

Example:  The economy is terrible at the moment.  There are no jobs for the people and they have no money.  The economy is on a slippery slope and unless the situation changes soon, we’re heading straight for a disaster.

Watch and see how the idiom to be on a slippery slope & idiom run-of-the mill are used in context by native English speakers!

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