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To happen, transpire, or take place
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“The much-anticipated concert is about to go down. Get your tickets now!”
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To fall, plummet, or descend to a lower level
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“The aircraft was seen to go down in flames, but not before the pilot was able to eject himself from the cockpit.”
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To physically collapse
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“We were told to evacuate immediately as the building was about to go down.”
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To go or sink underground or underwater
“A tear escaped my eye as I watched the unsinkable RMS Titanic go down beneath the surface of the water.”
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To decrease in amount, level or degree
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“Last year, when he declared that oil prices would go down, he believed it, and he made other people believe it.”
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To worsen or deteriorate in state, standard or quality
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“We expect that indoor air quality will go down during the summertime in the South.”
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To lose a contest
“Reflecting on their defeat in Limerick, Reidy admitted it was bitterly disappointing to go down against their rivals.”
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To be received or accepted (in some way or manner)
“I believe your speech will go down well with the crowd.”
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To be remembered in a particular way
“In terms of extremes of temperature and conditions, the summer drought of 1976 and the winter freeze of 1978 will go down as two of the worst on record.”
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Be emptied of air or gas
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To stop operating
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Die through submersion in and inhalation of water
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Overbalance or cause to overbalance and fall
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To cover completely with water
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Stop resisting to an enemy or opponent and submit to their authority
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To drop or fall to, especially of an undesirable or notorious level or failure
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(of an event or fact) To become apparent or to be revealed
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To pierce and make a hole or holes in
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To lift and set down one's foot or one foot after the other
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To catch or develop (a disease or infectious agent)
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To stop living
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An organized activity or action
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An occurrence, or something that happens
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