Übersetzung von “down” — Englisch–Malaysisch Wörterbuch


adverb /daun/

towards or in a low or lower position, level or state

He climbed down to the bottom of the ladder.

on or to the ground

tanah lapang
The little boy fell down and cut his knee.

from earlier to later times

turun temurun
The recipe has been handed down in our family for years.

from a greater to a smaller size, amount etc

Prices have been going down steadily.

towards or in a place thought of as being lower, especially southward or away from a centre/center

ke selatan
We went down from Glasgow to Bristol.
downward adjective

leading, moving etc down

His career has taken a downward curve.
downward(s) adverb

towards a lower position or state

The path led downward (s) towards the sea.
down-and-out noun

a person having no money and no means of earning a living

orang yang papa kedana
a hostel for down-and-outs.
down-at-heel adjective

shabby, untidy and not well looked after or well-dressed

Although this part of town looks a bit down-at-heel these days, it is still worth a visit.
downcast adjective

(of a person) depressed; in low spirits

He wore a downcast expression on his face.
downfall noun

a disastrous fall, especially a final failure or ruin

the downfall of the Roman empire.
downgrade verb

to reduce to a lower level, especially of importance

turun gred
Greece’s credit rating was downgraded.
downhearted adjective

depressed and in low spirits, especially lacking the inclination to carry on with something

Don’t be downhearted! We may yet win.
downhill adverb

down a slope

The road goes downhill from here onwards.

towards a worse and worse state

kearah yang lebih buruk
We expected him to die, I suppose, because he’s been going steadily downhill for months.
downhill racing noun

racing downhill on skis.

lumba turun bukit dengan ski
downhill skiing noun

going downhill on skis.

turun bukit dengan ski
down in the mouth adjective

miserable; in low spirits

lemah semangat
He was rather down in the mouth after the trip was cancelled.
down payment noun

(business ) a payment in cash, especially to begin the purchase of something for which further payments will be made over a period of time

bayaran muka
They have enough money to make their first down payment on a house.
downpour noun

a very heavy fall of rain

hujan lebat
We were caught in a torrential downpour.
downright adverb

plainly; there’s no other word for it

dengan jelas
I think he was downright rude!
downstairs adjective

, downstairsadverb on or towards a lower floor

tingkat bawah
He walked downstairs
I left my book downstairs
a downstairs flat.
downstream adverb

further along a river towards the sea

ke hilir
We found/rowed the boat downstream.
down-to-earth adjective

practical and not concerned with theories, ideals etc

She is a sensible, down-to-earth person.
downtown adjective

(American) the part (of a city) containing the main centres for business and shopping

pusat bandar
downtown Manhattan.
downtown adverb

(also down town) in or towards this area

pusat bandar
I went downtown yesterday.
down-trodden adjective

badly treated; treated without respect

She plays the role of a downtrodden wife in the play.
be/go down with

to be or become ill with

The children all went down with measles.
down on one’s luck

having bad luck

nasib malang
She found herself down on her luck.
down tools

(British) (of workers) to stop working

berhenti bekerja
When the Anderson was sacked, his fellow workers downed tools and walked out.
down with

get rid of

Down with the dictator!
get down to phrasal verb

to begin working seriously at or on

I must get down to some work!
suit (someone) down to the ground

to suit perfectly

That arrangement will suit me down to the ground.

(Übersetzung von “down” aus dem PASSWORD English–Malaysian Dictionary © 2015 K Dictionaries Ltd)