down

down
I 1. adverb
1) (towards or in a low or lower position, level or state: He climbed down to the bottom of the ladder.) nedad; ned
2) (on or to the ground: The little boy fell down and cut his knee.) ned
3) (from earlier to later times: The recipe has been handed down in our family for years.) (gå) i arv
4) (from a greater to a smaller size, amount etc: Prices have been going down steadily.) (gå) ned
5) (towards or in a place thought of as being lower, especially southward or away from a centre: We went down from Glasgow to Bristol.) ned mod
2. preposition
1) (in a lower position on: Their house is halfway down the hill.) nede
2) (to a lower position on, by, through or along: Water poured down the drain.) ned gennem; ned langs
3) (along: The teacher's gaze travelled slowly down the line of children.) ned langs
3. verb
(to finish (a drink) very quickly, especially in one gulp: He downed a pint of beer.) sluge
- downwards
- downward
- down-and-out
- down-at-heel
- downcast
- downfall
- downgrade
- downhearted
- downhill
- downhill racing
- downhill skiing
- down-in-the-mouth
- down payment
- downpour
- downright
4. adjective
He is a downright nuisance!) fuldkommen
- downstream
- down-to-earth
- downtown
- downtown
- down-trodden
- be/go down with
- down on one's luck
- down tools
- down with
- get down to
- suit someone down to the ground
- suit down to the ground
II noun
(small, soft feathers: a quilt filled with down.) dun
- downy
* * *
I 1. adverb
1) (towards or in a low or lower position, level or state: He climbed down to the bottom of the ladder.) nedad; ned
2) (on or to the ground: The little boy fell down and cut his knee.) ned
3) (from earlier to later times: The recipe has been handed down in our family for years.) (gå) i arv
4) (from a greater to a smaller size, amount etc: Prices have been going down steadily.) (gå) ned
5) (towards or in a place thought of as being lower, especially southward or away from a centre: We went down from Glasgow to Bristol.) ned mod
2. preposition
1) (in a lower position on: Their house is halfway down the hill.) nede
2) (to a lower position on, by, through or along: Water poured down the drain.) ned gennem; ned langs
3) (along: The teacher's gaze travelled slowly down the line of children.) ned langs
3. verb
(to finish (a drink) very quickly, especially in one gulp: He downed a pint of beer.) sluge
- downwards
- downward
- down-and-out
- down-at-heel
- downcast
- downfall
- downgrade
- downhearted
- downhill
- downhill racing
- downhill skiing
- down-in-the-mouth
- down payment
- downpour
- downright
4. adjective
He is a downright nuisance!) fuldkommen
- downstream
- down-to-earth
- downtown
- downtown
- down-trodden
- be/go down with
- down on one's luck
- down tools
- down with
- get down to
- suit someone down to the ground
- suit down to the ground
II noun
(small, soft feathers: a quilt filled with down.) dun
- downy

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