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Spanish translation of 'low'

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low 1

[ləʊ ]
adjectiveWord forms: comparative lower , superlative lowest
1.  (in height)
[wall, shelf, seat, level] bajo
[bow] profundo
[blow] sucio
on low ground a nivel del maren tierras bajas
a dress with a low neckline un vestido escotado
2.  (quiet)
[voice, TV, radio] bajo
3.  (low-pitched)
[voice, musical note] gravebajo
4. 
[number] bajo
[price, income] reducidobajo
[stock, supplies] escaso
five at the lowest cinco como mínimo
the battery is low la batería se está acabando
fuel is getting low está empezando a escasear la gasolina
stocks are running low las existencias empiezan a escasear
5.  (in intensity)
[light, rate, speed, temperature] bajo
the temperature is in the low 40s la temperatura es de 40 grados y alguno más
to cook on a low heat cocer a fuego lento
6.  (inferior)
[standard, quality] inferior
7.  (humble)
[rank] humilde
[card] pequeño
8.  (Automobiles)
in low gear en primera or segunda
9. 
[health] débilmalo
[diet] deficiente
to feel low, be low in spirits sentirse deprimidoestar bajo de moral
10. 
[character, behaviour, opinion] malo
[comedian] grosero
[character] vil
[joke, song] verde
[trick] suciomalo
see also tide noun
adverbWord forms: comparative lower , superlative lowest
1. 
[aim, fly, sing] bajo
[swing] bajocerca de la tierra
to bow low hacer una reverencia profunda
a dress cut low in the back un vestido muy escotado de espalda
to fall low (figurative) caer bajo
England never fell so low Inglaterra nunca cayó tan bajo
to be laid low with flu ser postrado por la gripe
to lay sb low derribar a algnponer a algn fuera de combate
to lie low (hide) mantenerse escondido; (be silent) mantenerse quieto
to sink low (figurative) caer bajo
2.  [quietly]
[say, sing] bajoen voz baja
3. 
to turn the lights/the volume down low bajar las luces/el volumen
4.  (Cards)
to play low poner pequeño
noun
1.  (Meteorology) área f de baja presión
2.  (Automobiles) primera or segunda (marcha) f
3.  (figurative)
(low point) punto m más bajo
to reach a new or an all-time low estar más bajo que nunca
this represents a new low in deceit esta es la peor forma de vileza
see also all-time
compounds
See the Low Countries
See low vowel
Word Frequency

low 2

[ləʊ ]
intransitive verb
mugir
noun
mugido m

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Example Sentences Including 'low'

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The pound is about 15 per cent lower against the dollar and 10 per cent lower against the euro since the referendum.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
The tax should reflect the lower risk.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
They said the price was too low.
Times, Sunday Times (2012)
I've always wanted a garden and a low door into it.
Paige, Frances The Glasgow Girls (1994)
Low specimens make a good yellow carpet.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Some firms have hit all-time lows in the credit crunch and are set for a rebound.
The Sun (2009)
The lights are low and a soporific electronic soundtrack fills the air.
Times, Sunday Times (2010)
The sun has to be low enough to strike the dew at a sharp angle.
Times, Sunday Times (2013)
They are fiercely competitive and offer lower prices year after year.
The Sun (2010)
You go through such highs and lows.
Times, Sunday Times (2009)
Some Buckle goes because he is too low in the weights.
The Sun (2016)
There is quality in the lower leagues.
The Sun (2017)
They see me sweating down to do low weights and riding dodgy novices.
The Sun (2010)
We will get a much lower percentage than before.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
This will fly lower and thus run more on landing so make sure you have the right club.
O'Connor, Christy & Smith, Peter Christy O'Connor Junior's Golf Masterclass (1993)
High bad cholesterol and low good cholesterol.
Times, Sunday Times (2012)
Strain the sauce and place in a small saucepan over a low heat to keep warm.
Times, Sunday Times (2010)
Air tries to move from high pressure to low pressure areas and the sharper the pressure gradient the faster it moves.
Times, Sunday Times (2014)
And the proportions are all wrong because the ceilings are painfully low in relation to the floor plan.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Public trust in charities has crashed to an all-time low.
The Sun (2017)
The euro plummeted to a new low against the dollar before making a slight recovery.
Times, Sunday Times (2010)
Then section off the top and tie the bottom half in a low ponytail.
The Sun (2013)
They also have a worryingly low profile.
Times, Sunday Times (2009)
Young has been a critic of digital music because the sound quality is lower than on vinyl.
The Sun (2012)
The good news for him was that expectations were not so much low as below ground.
Times, Sunday Times (2010)
The fat content of these animals is relatively low.
Chaitow, Leon The Beat Fatigue Workbook - how to identify the causes (1988)
The highs and lows of five new preaching books.
Christianity Today (2000)
This leads to him feeling physically low and makes him more sensitive and therefore more vulnerable to stress.
Vera Peiffer POSITIVELY FEARLESS: Breaking free of the fears that hold you back (2001)

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'low' in Other Languages

British English: low /ləʊ/ ADJECTIVE
in height Something that is low is close to the ground.
There is a low fence around the house.
  • American English: low
  • Arabic: مُنْخَفِضٌ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: baixo
  • Chinese: 低的
  • Croatian: nizak
  • Czech: nízký
  • Danish: lav
  • Dutch: laag
  • European Spanish: bajo
  • Finnish: matala matalalla oleva
  • French: bas peu élevé
  • German: niedrig
  • Greek: χαμηλός
  • Italian: basso in giù
  • Japanese: 低い
  • Korean: 낮은
  • Norwegian: lav
  • Polish: niski
  • European Portuguese: baixo
  • Romanian: jos
  • Russian: низкий
  • Spanish: bajo pequeño
  • Swedish: låg
  • Thai: เตี้ย
  • Turkish: aşağı konum
  • Ukrainian: низький
  • Vietnamese: thấp vị trí
British English: low /ləʊ/ ADVERB
If someone or something does something low, they do it close to the ground.
The planes were flying low overhead.
  • American English: low
  • Arabic: مُنْخَفِضاً
  • Brazilian Portuguese: baixo
  • Chinese: 低下地
  • Croatian: nisko
  • Czech: nízko
  • Danish: lavt
  • Dutch: laag
  • European Spanish: bajo
  • Finnish: alhaalla
  • French: en bas
  • German: tief
  • Greek: χαμηλά
  • Italian: basso
  • Japanese: 低く
  • Korean: 낮게
  • Norwegian: lavt
  • Polish: nisko
  • European Portuguese: baixo
  • Romanian: jos
  • Russian: низко
  • Spanish: bajo ruin, malo
  • Swedish: lågt
  • Thai: ต่ำ
  • Turkish: aşağı konum
  • Ukrainian: низько
  • Vietnamese: dưới thấp
British English: low /ləʊ/ ADJECTIVE
number A low number is a small number.
The price was very low.
  • American English: low
  • Arabic: مُنْخَفِض
  • Brazilian Portuguese: baixo
  • Chinese: 小的数字
  • Croatian: nizak
  • Czech: nízký
  • Danish: lav
  • Dutch: laag
  • European Spanish: bajo
  • Finnish: pieni
  • French: petitnombre
  • German: niedrig
  • Greek: χαμηλός
  • Italian: basso
  • Japanese: 低い
  • Korean: 낮은
  • Norwegian: lav
  • Polish: niski
  • European Portuguese: baixo
  • Romanian: scăzut
  • Russian: маленький
  • Spanish: bajo
  • Swedish: låg
  • Thai: น้อย ราคาถูก
  • Turkish: ucuz
  • Ukrainian: низький
  • Vietnamese: nhỏ

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Translation of low from the Collins English to Spanish
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