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Translation of "lower" - English-Spanish dictionary

lower

verb   /ˈləʊ·ər/
to make something less in amount or degree bajar They’ve lowered the prices on their summer clothes. ways to lower your risk of cancer
to move something into a low position bajar The flag is lowered every night. Please lower the blind on the kitchen window.
adjective   /ˈləʊ·ər/
being the bottom part of something inferior, de abajo My lower back hurts.
(Definition of lower from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

lower

verb /ˈlauə/
(of the sky etc) to become dark or threatening. oscurecerse, encapotarse
lowering adjective
amenazador
(Definition of lower from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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