come down

come down
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спускаться (get down, go down, descend, come Down, fall, drop)
опускаться (go down, fall, descend, DIP, drop, come down)
падать (fall, drop, tumble, go down, sink, come down)
набрасываться (lash out, pounce, attack, come down, wade into, wade in)
ниспадать (fall, flow, come down, hang down)
рушиться (collapse, tumble, come down, fall to the ground)
бранить (scold, revile, berate, rail, chide, come down)
спадать (subside, fall, drop, decline, fall away, come down)
быть разрушенным (come down)
быть поваленным (come down)
переходить по традиции (come down)
уменьшаться (decrease, fall off, decline, diminish, lower, come down)
раскошелиться (fork out, fork up, come down)
деградировать (degrade, come down)
наказывать (punish, penalize, chastise, discipline, correct, come down)
валиться (fall, topple, flake out, fell, come down, fold up)
заболеть (fall ill, fall sick, get ill, contract a disease, lapse into illness, come down)

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  • come down on — ˌcome ˈdown on [transitive] [present tense I/you/we/they come down on he/she/it comes down on present participle coming down on past tense …   Useful english dictionary

  • Come-down — auch: Come|down 〈[kʌmdaʊn] n. 15〉 Zeitraum, über den die Wirkung einer harten Droge nachlässt [zu engl. come down „herunterkommen, sich beruhigen“] * * * Come down [ kʌmdaʊn], das; s, s [engl. come down, eigtl. = Abstieg, zu: to come down =… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • come down — {v.} 1. To reduce itself; amount to no more than. Followed by to . * /The quarrel finally came down to a question of which boy would do the dishes./ Syn.: BOIL DOWN(3). 2. To be handed down or passed along, descend from parent to child; pass from …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • come down — {v.} 1. To reduce itself; amount to no more than. Followed by to . * /The quarrel finally came down to a question of which boy would do the dishes./ Syn.: BOIL DOWN(3). 2. To be handed down or passed along, descend from parent to child; pass from …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • come down — vi came down, coming down: to be announced the decision came down from the Supreme Court Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. come down …   Law dictionary

  • come down on — (someone/something) 1. to criticize someone or something. It seems that if you give an opinion about something, people come down on you. 2. to have an opinion about someone or something. It was hard to know where he would come down on the issue.… …   New idioms dictionary

  • Come-down — auch: Come|down 〈[kʌmdaʊn] n.; Gen.: s, Pl.: s〉 Zeitraum, über den die Wirkung einer harten Droge nachlässt [Etym.: <engl. come down »herunterkommen, sich beruhigen«] …   Lexikalische Deutsches Wörterbuch

  • Come-down — [ kʌmdaun] das; s, s <zu engl. to come down, eigtl. »herunterkommen«> (Jargon) das Nachlassen der Rauschwirkung (bei Drogen) …   Das große Fremdwörterbuch

  • come|down — «KUHM DOWN», noun. Informal. a loss of position, rank, or money which is unexpected: »“It s quite a comedown from being a ten thousand dollar a year man to this, but I ll come back” (James T. Farrell) …   Useful english dictionary

  • come down on — ► come down on 1) criticize or punish harshly. 2) reach a decision in favour of one side or another. Main Entry: ↑come …   English terms dictionary

  • come down to — ► come down to be dependent on (a factor). Main Entry: ↑come …   English terms dictionary


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