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Adjective
Less high in position
“The book you're looking for is on the lower shelf of the cabinet.”
Adjective
Less high in rank, quality or amount
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“The first-line or lower manager is most concerned with the performance of his or her immediate work unit.”
Adjective
Reduced in amount or value, especially of price
“You may have to accept a lower price given the lack of interest.”
Adjective
Situated at a lower, or lowermost, level in comparison to someone or something else
Adjective
Relating to or characteristic of hell or the underworld
Adjective
Trivial or unimportant
Adjective
Relating to, denoting, or preserving the character of an early stage in the evolutionary or historical development of something
Adjective
Located in a hole, space, or opening
Adjective
Most senior
Verb
To move something to a lower level
“Stop work immediately and lower the platform to the ground.”
Verb
To go to a lower level, especially abruptly
“A mere glance upwards at a bright lamp caused it to lower from the domed ceiling.”
Verb
To make smaller in amount, volume, or extent
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axeUK
more ❯
“Economists debated if they could lower interest rates to stimulate demand.”
Verb
To grow less in scope or intensity especially gradually
more ❯
“The water level would gradually lower over time.”
Verb
Behave in a way that is perceived as unworthy or debased
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“He must really be infatuated with her to be willing to lower himself to this level.”
Verb
(of a sound) To make or become less in amount, intensity, or degree
“We told them to lower their voices while the ceremony was in progress.”
Verb
To look angry or sullen
“The frumpy old lady would lower at the kids whenever they misbehaved.”
Verb
To take on a gloomy or forbidding look
“The sky would begin to lower, and we knew a thunderstorm was afoot.”
Verb
To make dark, dim, or indistinct
more ❯
Verb
To take credit from
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Verb
To push steadily downward or against with some force
Verb
Lower, let fall, cause to sink
Verb
To bend or move (something) out of a given plane or direction, often the horizontal or vertical
Verb
To immerse or submerge into liquid
Verb
To apply business methodology to something in order to profit
Verb
To go to a lower level especially abruptly
more ❯
Verb
To pull (curtains) shut or open
Verb
To fail to impress
Verb
Cause to seem small or insignificant in comparison
Verb
To be about to happen
Verb
Be silent, morose, and bad-tempered out of annoyance or disappointment
Verb
Do something in such a way as to emphasize that one clearly regards it as below one's dignity or level of importance
Verb
To bring to a complete end the physical soundness, existence, or usefulness of
axeUK
axUS
more ❯
Verb
To cover with a flood
Verb
To fit or be fitted into a slot
Verb
To place in danger
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Noun
A twisting of the facial features in disgust or disapproval
“He flinched when he saw the scornful lower on her face.”
Adverb
Lower
Preposition
Less than; beneath
Preposition
Under or beneath
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