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Trough may refer to: a person's state of energy throughout the day. Analogous to the electromagnetic wave use of the word trough. As a person's energy state or alertness fluctuates throughout the day, they may refer to themselves as at a peak (high energy state) or in a trough (low energy state).
- Trough (economics), the lowest turning point of a business cycle
- Trough (geology), a long depression less steep than a trench
- Trough (meteorology), an elongated region of low atmospheric pressure
- Trough (physics), the lowest point on a wave
- Trough level (medicine), the lowest concentration of a medicine is present in the body over time
- Langmuir-Blodgett trough, a laboratory instrument
- Trough (food) or manger, a container for animal feed
- Watering trough, a receptacle of drinking water for domestic and non-domestic livestock
- Battle of the Trough, a 1756 skirmish of the French and Indian War in West Virginia
- Sleightholme Beck Gorge - The Troughs, a Site of Special Scientific Interest in the Teesdale district of south-west County Durham, England
- The Trough, a gorge carved by the South Branch Potomac River in West Virginia
- Trough, an old word for an inkwell
- Trow, a type of cargo boat
- Troff, a document processing system developed by AT&T for the Unix operating system
- "Tropho-", a Greek root meaning to feed or grow
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