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low

adjective, adverb
 
 
/ləʊ/ US  /loʊ/
not measuring much from the base to the top, or close to the ground or the bottom of something
低的(地),矮的(地);在低處(的),不高(的)
a low fence
矮欄柵
a low ceiling.
低矮的天花板
When we went skiing, I only went on the lower slopes.
我們去滑雪的時候,我只在較低的山坡上滑。
The planes fly low across enemy territory.
飛機在敵佔區飛得很低。
Low, short and shallow
(Definition of low adjective, adverb from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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