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Adverb
Towards a (lower) place or position
“We were kitted out with helmets and torches before being taken down into the pit.”
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At or in a lower position
“The guests are waiting down in the hall.”
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In a tumbling movement towards the ground
“She tripped on her shoelaces and fell down.”
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From or to a place
“We decided to head down towards the lake.”
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In a manner causing someone to lose consciousness
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Downward or low down
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Out of mind
Preposition
Throughout the length of
“We walked down the trail until we reached a beautiful lagoon.”
Preposition
Throughout (a period of time)
“Good, reliable working dogs have been vital to the shepherding of sheep down the ages.”
Preposition
From a higher to a lower point of (something)
“Rainwater came through the roof and poured down the walls at the height of the downpour.”
Preposition
Extending underneath
Adjective
In a state of unhappiness or depression
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“I was feeling a little down and just wanted to be left alone.”
Adjective
Inoperable and not in working condition
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“The coffee machine is currently down and repairs are underway.”
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Finished or having been brought to an end
“That's nine down and just three more to go.”
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Somewhat ill or not fully physically healthy
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“My sister obliged but came down with the flu the next day.”
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Placed or scheduled on a list or addendum
“I've got your speech down for tomorrow afternoon.”
Adjective
The best of its kind or class
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Suffered a damage
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Bending or hanging downward or forward
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Having an inadequate number of workers or assistants
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Having a good or detailed knowledge of
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Logged off
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Lacking energy, drive, motivation or emotion
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Fashionable and in style
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In an idle state due to not being used or employed
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In short supply
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Lacking energy or alertness
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No longer alive
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Not attempting to impress others with an appearance of greater importance, talent, or culture than is actually possessed
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Showing approval of or favour towards an idea or action
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Having or showing a sensible and practical idea of what can be achieved or expected
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To be running behind schedule
Verb
To ingest food or drink, usually very quickly
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“He was parched and would down the entire mug of cider in a matter of seconds.”
Verb
To knock or bring to the ground
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“Severe winds and weather conditions would down several trees in the neighborhood.”
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(somewhat rare) To refuse, or to vote against
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“The council would down all attempts to lift the ban on indoor smoking.”
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To swallow up, engulf
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To cause the death of
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To land on solid ground (after being in the water or air)
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To make upset or uncomfortable
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Go beyond in performance
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To cause to feel sorrow
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To be victorious over
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To prevent from progress