Definition of 'go down'
Example sentences containing 'go down'
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Again, the van lurches, then seems to go down, then up very sharply. GOING OUT (2002)His eyes rolled back and he slumped against the wall, but he didn't go down. AFTERMATH (2001)That was why he had taken his Wit-beast to Dutiful, to save the small cat's life lest he go down. THE GOLDEN FOOL: BOOK TWO OF THE TAWNY MAN (2002)
It was rather late by the time we were dressed and ready to go down. HE SHALL THUNDER IN THE SKY (2000)
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Translations for 'go down'
British English: go down /ɡəʊ daʊn/ VERB
If a price, level, or amount goes down, it becomes lower than it was.
Crime has gone down 70%.
- American English: go down
- Arabic: يَنْخَفِضُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: descer
- Chinese: 下降
- Croatian: spustiti se
- Czech: klesat
- Danish: gå ned
- Dutch: omlaaggaan
- European Spanish: bajar ir
- Finnish: laskea
- French: baisser
- German: hinuntergehen
- Greek: ελαττώνομαι
- Italian: scendere
- Japanese: 下がる
- Korean: 내려가다
- Norwegian: gå ned
- Polish: zejść
- European Portuguese: descer
- Romanian: a scădea
- Russian: понижаться
- Spanish: bajar descender
- Swedish: gå ner
- Thai: ลดลง
- Turkish: azalmak
- Ukrainian: знижуватися
- Vietnamese: đi xuống
Definition of go down from the Collins English Dictionary
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