Entry from US English dictionary
Definition of one-down in English:
At a psychological disadvantage in a game or a competitive situation.
- Depending on form, opposition and the kind of pitches they are likely to play on, any pair of them can open the innings with the other batting in the one-down position.
- Ineptitude is catching: Celtic have gone one-down.
- He took over the captaincy and beat Australia from one-down, thanks to a series of extraordinary performances from Botham.
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