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Translation of "low" - English-Polish dictionary

low

adjective     /ləʊ/
NOT HIGH
B1 near the ground, not high niski low aircraft a low fenceLow, short and shallow
LEVEL
A2 below the usual level niski a low income low temperatures/prices a low number Fish is very low in (= has little) fat.Under and below
SOUND
deep or quiet niski, cichy a low voice a low noteDescribing qualities of soundDescribing qualities of the human voice
LIGHTS
If lights are low, they are not bright. ciemny We have very low lighting in the main room.The qualities of lightDarkness and becoming dark
UNHAPPY
unhappy and without energy nieswój, przygnębiony Illness of any sort can leave you feeling low. →  See also be at a low ebb , keep a low profile Weakness and vulnerabilityFeeling sad and unhappy
(Definition of low adjective from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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