ETYM See Down (adv.).
1. Being or moving lower in position or less in some value.
2. Extending or moving from a higher to a lower place; SYN. downward.
3. Not functioning.
4. (Used of computers) Temporarily not operating.
7. The fractional price paid in cash at time of purchase.
8. Understood perfectly; SYN. down pat, mastered.
ETYM For older adown, AS. adôn, adône, prop., from or off the hill. Related to Down, Adown, Adown.
1. Spatially or metaphorically from a higher to a lower level or position; SYN. downwards, downward, downwardly.
2. Away from a more central or a more northerly place.
3. From an earlier time.
4. In an inactive or inoperative state.
5. Paid in cash at time of purchase.
6. To a lower intensity.
Sa donje strane.
ETYM Akin to LG. dune, dun, Icel. dűnn, Swed. dun, Dan. duun, German daune, cf. Dutch dons; perh. akin to Eng. dust.
1. Soft fine feathers.
2. A complete play to advance the football.
3. (Usually plural) A rolling treeless highland with little soil.
Peščani brežuljak, dug po nekoliko stotina a visok po nekoliko metara, sipina, peščani prud. (nem.)
Sitno perje kod ptice.
1. To bring down or defeat, in sports.
2. To cause to come or go down; SYN. knock down, cut down, push down, pull down.
3. To shoot at and force to come down; of aircraft; SYN. shoot down, land.