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Definitions of DOWN in various dictionaries:

    • noun - soft fine feathers
    • noun - (American football) a complete play to advance the football
    • noun - English physician who first described Down's syndrome (1828-1896)
    • noun - (usually plural) a rolling treeless highland with little soil
    • noun - fine soft dense hair (as the fine short hair of cattle or deer or the wool of sheep or the undercoat of certain dogs)
    • verb - drink down entirely
    • verb - eat immoderately
    • verb - bring down or defeat (an opponent)
    • verb - shoot at and force to come down
    • verb - cause to come or go down
    • verb - improve or perfect by pruning or polishing
    • adj - being or moving lower in position or less in some value
    • adj - extending or moving from a higher to a lower place
    • adj - becoming progressively lower
    • adj - being put out by a strikeout
    • adj - understood perfectly
    • adj - lower than previously
    • adj - shut
    • adj - not functioning (temporarily or permanently)
    • adj - filled with melancholy and despondency
    • adv - spatially or metaphorically from a higher to a lower level or position
    • adv - away from a more central or a more northerly place
    • adv - paid in cash at time of purchase
    • adv - from an earlier time
    • adv - to a lower intensity
    • adv - in an inactive or inoperative state
    • From a higher to a lower place or position: hiked down from the peak.
    • Toward, to, or on the ground, floor, or bottom: tripped and fell down.
    • In or into a sitting or reclining position: knelt down; lying down.
    • Toward or in the south; southward: flew down to Florida.
    • Away from a place considered central or a center of activity, such as a city or town: down on the farm; sent down to work at the firm’s regional office.
    • Away from the present place.
    • To a specific location or source: tracking a rumor down.
    • Toward or at a low or lower point on a scale: from the biggest down to the smallest.
    • To or in a quiescent or subdued state: calmed down.
    • In or into an inactive or inoperative state: The generators went down at midnight.
    • To or at a lower intensity.
    • To or into a lower or inferior condition, as of subjection, defeat, or disgrace.
    • To an extreme degree; heavily: worn down by worry.
    • Seriously or vigorously: get down to the project at hand.
    • From earlier times or people: tradition handed down from one generation to the next.
    • To a reduced or concentrated form: pared the term paper down to five pages.
    • In writing; on paper: wrote the statement down.
    • In partial payment at the time of purchase: put ten dollars down on the necklace.
    • Into or toward a secure position: nailed down the boards; bolted the furniture down.
    • Moving or directed downward: a down elevator.
    • Low or lower: Stock prices were down today.
    • Reduced; diminished: The wind is down.
    • Afflicted; sick: She’s down with a bad cold.
    • Malfunctioning or not operating, especially temporarily: The computer is down.
    • Low in spirits; depressed: feeling down today.
    • Trailing an opponent: a team down 20 points in the last quarter; down two pawns in the endgame.
    • Not in play: The ball is down on the 50-yard line.
    • Retired; out: two down in the last of the ninth.
    • Completed; done: three down, two to go.
    • Learned or known perfectly: had the algebra problems down.
    • In a descending direction along, upon, into, or through: rolled down the hill; floating down the river; went down cellar.
    • Along the course of: walking down the street.
    • In or at: The cans are stored down cellar.
    • A downward movement; descent.
    • Any of a series of four plays during which a team must advance at least ten yards to retain possession of the ball.
    • To bring, put, strike, or throw down: downed his opponent in the first round.
    • To swallow hastily; gulp: downed the glass of water.
    • To put (the ball) out of play by touching it to the ground.
    • Fine, soft, fluffy feathers forming the first plumage of a young bird and underlying the contour feathers in certain adult birds.
    • Botany.
    • A soft, silky, or feathery substance, such as the first growth of a human beard.
    • Often downs.
    • Often Down.
    • verb - to cause to fall


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