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Dictionary Spanish English: down

Translation 1 - 75 of 75

ADJ   down | more down | most down
NOUN1   a down | downs
NOUN2   down | - [feathers]
VERB  to down | downed | downed ... 
abajo {adv}
orn. plumón {m}down [feathers]
2 Words: Others
agazapado {adj} {past-p}crouched (down)
allá abajo {adv}down there
abatible {adj}fold-down [attr.]
más abajo {adv}further down
agazapado {adj} {past-p}huddled (down)
desplomado {adj} {past-p}knocked down [postpos.]
¡Bájale a tu pedo! [Callate] [col.] [mex.]Pipe down! [Am.] [coll.]
¡Bájale de huevos! [¡Callate!] [mex.] [col.] [vulg.]Pipe down! [Am.] [coll.] [vulg.]
¡Cierra el pico! [col.]Pipe down! [coll.]
al revés {adv}upside down
dado vuelta {adj}upside-down
2 Words: Verbs
retirarseto back down [retreat]
agacharseto bend down
malograrseto break down [machine]
descomponer algoto break sth. down [dissolve, disintegrate]
consumirse [vela]to burn (down) [candle]
tranquilizarseto calm down
silv. talar algoto chop sth. down
venirse abajo [edificio: colapso]to come down [building: collapse]
agazaparseto crouch (down)
agacharseto crouch down
bajar algoto get sth. down [from upstairs, shelf]
bajar [ascensor, persona etc.]to go down [lift, person etc.]
Unverified morfar [col.] [Arg.] [Uy.] [Pe.]to gobble down [coll.] [sl.]
engullir algoto gobble sth. (down)
zamparse algo [col.] [engullir]to gobble sth. down
arrodillarseto kneel (down)
hincarse de rodillasto kneel (down)
ponerse de rodillasto kneel down
atropellar a-algn/algoto knock sb./sth. down
derribar a-algn/algo [edificio, persona etc.]to knock sb./sth. down [building, person etc.]
tumbar algo [tirar al suelo]to knock sth. down
abatir algo [derribar]to knock sth. down [demolish]
dejar a algn en el arranque [cent.]to let sb. down [fail to meet one's side of the bargain]
echarseto lie down
tirarse [tumbarse]to lie down
tumbarse [echarse al suelo]to lie down
apuntar algo [tomar nota]to note sth. down
quitar importancia a algo [locución]to play sth. down [idiom]
zampar algo [col.] [comer]to scoff sth. (down) [coll.]
sentarseto sit (down)
aminorar (algo)to slow (sth.) down
disminuir la velocidadto slow down
rezagar a-algn/algo [dejar atrás]to slow sb./sth. down
fulminar a-algn/algo [matar]to strike sb./sth. down [kill]
descolgar algoto take sth. down
atar a-algn/algoto tie down sb./sth.
bajar el tono de algoto tone sth. down
aero. aterrizarto touch down [idiom]
adelgazarto trim down [idiom] [lose weight]
aguar algoto water sth. down
Unverified papear [comer] [col.] [Arg.] [Pe.]to wolf down [coll.] [sl.]
devorar algoto wolf down sth. [coll.]
2 Words: Nouns
rapapolvo {m} [col.]dressing down [coll.] [scolding]
desaceleración {f}slowing down
ralentización {f}slowing down
3 Words: Verbs
menospreciar a algn [despreciar]to look down on sb. [scorn]
abatirse sobre algn/algoto swoop down on sb./sth.
poner algo patas arriba [col.] [tambien fig.]to turn sth. upside-down [also fig.]
gastar algo [desgastar]to wear sth. out / down [from use]
ganar de calle [col.]to win hands down [coll.]
4 Words: Others
a mitad de camino ladera abajo {adv}halfway down the hill
4 Words: Verbs
dar una vaina [carib.] [col.] [locución]to come down with something [coll.] [idiom] [fall ill]
regar una calleto hose down a street
dar un manguerazo al patioto hose down the patio
abandonar la vigilanciato let down one's guard [fig.]
lanzar un órdago [locución]to throw down the gauntlet [idiom]
5+ Words: Others
todo el camino ladera abajo {adv}all the way down the hill
Unverified Bajó la cuesta a grandes zancadas.He came striding down the hill.
Casi me caigo de espaldas. [col.] [locución]You could have knocked me down with a feather duster. [coll.] [fig.]
5+ Words: Verbs
mirar a algn por encima del hombro [locución]to look down (one's nose) at sb. [idiom]
hacer helar la sangre a algn [col.] [locución] [de horror]to send a chill down sb.'s spine [idiom]
Fiction (Literature and Film)
lit. F Cuesta abajoA Slipping-Down Life [Anne Tyler]
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