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Translation of "low" - English-Spanish dictionary

low

adjective /ləu/
not at or reaching up to a great distance from the ground, sea-level etc bajo low hills a low ceiling This chair is too low for the child.
making little sound; not loud bajo She spoke in a low voice.
at the bottom of the range of musical sounds bajo That note is too low for a female voice.
small bajo a low price.
not strong; weak or feeble bajo The fire was very low.
near the bottom in grade, rank, class etc bajo low temperatures the lower classes.
lower verb
to make or become less high bajar She lowered her voice.
to let down bajar He lowered the blinds.
lowly adjective ( comparative lowlier, superlative lowliest)
of low rank; humble humilde He had a lowly position as a gas station assistant.
lowliness noun
humildad
low-down adjective
mean; contemptible vil, ruín a low-down thief.
lowland adjective
of or concerning lowlands llanura lowland districts.
lowlander noun
a person who lives in the lowlands. habitante de la llanura
lowlands noun plural
land which is low compared with other, higher land. tierras bajas
low-lying adjective
(of land) at a height not much above sea-level bajo low-lying hills.
low-tech noun
technology using simple tools and unsophisticated equipment and methods. poca tecnología
low tide/water noun
the time when the sea is lowest at a particular place during ebb-tide marea baja At low tide there are rock pools to explore There is three feet of water in the harbour, even at low water.
be low on
not to have enough of faltar I’ll have to go to the supermarket – we’re low on coffee and sugar.
(Definition of low from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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