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loc. dar todos los pasos necesariosto take all the necessary steps
abajo {adv}down
agacharseto crouch down
arrodillarseto kneel (down)
echarseto lie down
sentarseto sit (down)
tranquilizarseto calm down
orn. plumón {m}down [feathers]
malograrseto break down [machine]
retirarseto back down [retreat]
tirarse [tumbarse]to lie down
allá abajo {adv}down there
más abajo {adv}further down
aguar algoto water sth. down
descolgar algoto take sth. down
engullir algoto gobble sth. (down)
Unverified rapapolvo {m} [col.]dressing down [coll.] [scolding]
disminuir la velocidadto slow down
hincarse de rodillasto kneel (down)
ponerse de rodillasto kneel down
abatir algo [derribar]to knock sth. down [demolish]
Unverified zamparse algo [col.] [engullir]to gobble sth. down
Unverified atropellar a-algn/algoto knock sb./sth. down
bajar algoto get sth. down [from upstairs, shelf]
tumbar algo [tirar al suelo]to knock sth. down
zampar algo [col.] [comer]to scoff sth. (down) [coll.]
venirse abajo [edificio: colapso]to come down [building: collapse]
Unverified ganar de calle [col.]to win hands down [coll.]
bajar el tono de algoto tone sth. down
gastar algo [desgastar]to wear sth. out / down [from use]
abandonar la vigilanciato let down one's guard [fig.]
dar una vaina [carib.] [col.] [locución]to come down with something [coll.] [idiom] [fall ill]
bajar [ascensor, persona etc.]to go down [lift, person etc.]
Unverified poner algo patas arriba [col.] [tambien fig.]to turn sth. upside-down [also fig.]
dejar a algn en el arranque [cent.]to let sb. down [fail to meet one's side of the bargain]
el {m}the
la {f}the
entretanto {adv}in the meantime
geogr. Euskadi {f}the Basque Country
al contrarioto the contrary
el mejor {adj}the best
el peor {adj}the worst
lo mismo {pron}the same
geogr. el Himalaya {m}the Himalayas
geogr. el Pacífico {m}the Pacific
geogr. el Támesis {m}the Thames
geogr. el Vaticano {m}the Vatican
geogr. La Haya {f}The Hague
geogr. los Alpes {m.pl}the Alps
etno. los neerlandeses {m.pl}the Dutch {pl}
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