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(of a game or contest) To have failed to win
“Reflecting on their defeat in Limerick, Reidy admitted it was bitterly disappointing to go down against their rivals.”
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Past tense for 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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Past tense for to fall, plummet, or descend to a lower level
“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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Past tense for 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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Past tense for 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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Past tense for 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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Past tense for to worsen or deteriorate in state, standard or quality
“We expect that indoor air quality will go down during the summertime in the South.”
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Past tense for 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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Past tense for to move oneself downwards
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Past tense for to fail or end in disappointment
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Past tense for be emptied of air or gas
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Past tense for to stop operating
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Past tense for fall, faint
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Past tense for to move or fall (at an angle) to a lower level, pitch, etc.
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Past tense for to depressurize or (cause to) go flat, especially of a tire
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Past tense for to climb down using one's limbs
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Past tense for to physically plunge downward, especially headfirst and into water
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Past tense for to drop or fall to, especially of an undesirable or notorious level or failure
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Past tense for to lift and set down one's foot or one foot after the other
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Past tense for to catch or develop (a disease or infectious agent)
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Past tense for to cease trading due to bankruptcy
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Past tense for to stop living
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