Word: down

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Related words: down

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Synonyms: down

eyeglass

Translations: down

spanish
bajo, abajo


german
fressen, daune, drosseln, raffinieren, unten, ...

french
bas, culbuter, colline, abattu, terrasser, ...

italian
giù, basso

portuguese
pêlo, debaixo, pombo, pomba, penugem

dutch
dons, laag, neerslachtig, nesthaar, waas

russian
стрясти, осиливать, снижение, снижаться, увариваться, ...

finnish
kiinni, nurin, alas, haituva, alaspäin, ...

danish
nedad, ned

czech
dolů, dole, spodní

polish
paść, stos, dół, puszek, przełamywać, ...

hungarian
le, pihe, lefelé, leégve

turkish
aşağı

greek
κάτω, πούπουλο

ukrainian
кінчати, підкоряти, нападки, спускати, унизу

belarusian
панчоха, пагорак, нiзкi

estonian
rikkis, all

croatian
ispod, skinut, niže, pale, oboriti, ...

icelandic
niður, dúnn, ofan

lithuanian
žemyn

latvian
lejā, apakšā

romanian
puf

slovenian
shodit, dole, dol

slovak
dole

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The meaning and "use of": down

adjective
  • directed or moving toward a lower place or position.
  • unhappy; depressed.
  • (of a computer system) temporarily out of action or unavailable.
  • supporting or going along with someone or something.

adverb
  • toward or in a lower place or position, especially to or on the ground or another surface.
  • to or at a lower level of intensity, volume, or activity.
  • in or into a weaker or worse position, mood, or condition.
  • in or into writing.
  • (with reference to partial payment of a sum of money) made initially or on the spot.
  • (of the ball or a player in possession) not in play, typically because forward progress has been stopped.

noun
  • a chance for a team to advance the ball, ending when the ball carrier is tackled or the ball becomes out of play. A team must advance at least ten yards in a series of four downs in order to keep possession.
  • unwelcome experiences or events.
  • soft fine fluffy feathers that form the first covering of a young bird or an insulating layer below the contour feathers of an adult bird.
  • a gently rolling hill.

verb
  • knock or bring to the ground.
  • consume (something, typically a drink).

preposition
  • from a higher to a lower point of (something).
  • throughout (a period of time).

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