Word: sag

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Synonyms: sag

droop

Translations: sag

spanish
hundimiento, pandeo, comba, el hundimiento


german
senkung

french
courber, fléchir, ployer, chuter, plier, ...

italian
incurvarsi, abbassamento, l'abbassamento

portuguese
curva

dutch
verzakken, doorzakken, doorzakking, doorhangen

russian
оседать, отвисать, провисание, провисать, обвиснуть, ...

norwegian
synke, i Sag, for Sag, sige

swedish
nedhängning, en Sag, i Sag, hänget

finnish
laskeutua, notko

danish
synke, hænge, synke sammen, i Sag, nedbøjning

czech
klesat, klesnout, spadnout, prohnout, upadnout, ...

polish
obwisanie, obwisać, zwis, zwisać, zniżkować, ...

hungarian
besüppedés, lelógás

turkish
sarkma, çökme, sarkma yapmaz, akma

greek
βουλιάζω, κρεμάω

ukrainian
прогнутися, осідати, осідання, прогинатися

albanian
epem, varem, bie çmimi, përkulem, bark

bulgarian
провисване, хлътване, хлътвам, спадане на цените, отклонение от курса

belarusian
прагін, прагіб, прагіну

estonian
volt, lõtvuma, langemine

croatian
popustiti, ustupiti

icelandic
SAG, niðurbeygja

lithuanian
įlinkis, įlinkti, nukarimas, nulinkimas, nukabimas

latvian
pagurt, pagurums, nokarāties, ieplakšana, noļukt

macedonian
дисторзии, провисване, спадам, поддавам

romanian
încovoiere, la încovoiere, la curbare, cădere de tensiune

slovenian
poveša, sAG je, konkavna zaokrožitev

slovak
priehyb, prehnutie, ohyb, prehyb, deformácii

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The meaning and "use of": sag

noun
  • a downward curve or bulge in a structure caused by weakness or excessive weight or pressure.
  • a decline, especially a temporary one.

verb
  • sink, subside, or bulge downward under weight or pressure or through lack of strength.
  • decline to a lower level, usually temporarily.

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