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    store's business

    How do you say "a store's business is very good, is sometimes good and sometimes bad, is not so good, and is bad", respectively, in colloquial terms?

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    Re: store's business

    Business is booming!

    It's hit or miss.

    It's a bit slow.

    Business sucks.

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    Re: store's business

    sales are up

    sales are down

    sales are static

    sales are X% less (or more) than last year

    business sucks

    business is booming


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