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down

down

abajo, plumón, cuestaabajo, a través de los tiempos, derribar, devorar, en la dirección de, en tierra, hacia abajo, por, por tierra, tragarse, vencer
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down

adjective

Depressed

adjective

Having a lower score

adjective

Inoperable

adjective

On a lower level

adjective

on a lower level than before

adverb

At a lower place

adverb

away from principal terminus in railroads

adverb

away from the city

adverb

from a high to a low position, downwards

adverb

From a higher position to a lower one

adverb

in a lower position

adverb

Into a state of non-operation

adverb

Ireland: Away from the city

adverb

Rail transport: direction leading away from the principal terminus

adverb

sentence substitute for "get down"

adverb

south

noun

American football – a single play

noun

field, especially for racing

noun

hill, rolling grassland

noun

soft, immature feathers

preposition

from one end to another

preposition

From the higher end to the lower

verb

drink

verb

to drink or swallow

verb

to drop

verb

to pot a ball

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