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low1 Inglés de EE. UU.

Of less than average height from top to bottom or to the top from the ground

low2 Inglés de EE. UU.

(Of a cow) make a characteristic deep sound

low Tesauro EE.UU.

a low fence

Low, Juliette Gordon Inglés de EE. UU.

(1860–1927) US youth leader. She founded the Girl Scouts of America in 1912, first calling them Girl Guides as they were known in England

Low, Sir David Inglés de EE. UU.

(1891–1963), New-Zealand-born British cartoonist famous for his political cartoons and for inventing the character Colonel Blimp; full name Sir David Alexander Cecil Low

lie low Inglés de EE. UU.

(Especially of a criminal) keep out of sight; avoid detection or attention

low-cal Inglés de EE. UU.

Short for low-calorie.

low-cut Inglés de EE. UU.

(Of women’s clothing) having a neckline that exposes the neck and the upper part of the breasts

low-end Inglés de EE. UU.

Denoting the cheaper products of a range, especially of audio or computer equipment

low-fat Inglés de EE. UU.

Denoting or relating to food or a diet that is low or relatively low in fat, especially saturated fat

low-key Inglés de EE. UU.

Not elaborate, showy, or intensive; modest or restrained

low-res Inglés de EE. UU.

(Of a display or an image) showing a small amount of detail

low-tar Inglés de EE. UU.

(Of cigarettes or tobacco) producing less tar than is standard or usual when smoked

run low Inglés de EE. UU.

Become depleted

low-key Tesauro EE.UU.

she conducted a low-key campaign

down-low Inglés de EE. UU.

On the quiet; in secret

high-low Inglés de EE. UU.

A lace-up boot with a low heel, reaching to the ankle, worn by military personnel in the 18th and early 19th centuries

low beam Inglés de EE. UU.

An automobile headlight providing short-range illumination, used on lit roads and when visible to oncoming traffic

low blow Inglés de EE. UU.

An illegal blow that strikes below an opponent’s waist

low-born Inglés de EE. UU.

Born to a family that has a low social status

low-carb Inglés de EE. UU.

Low in carbohydrates

low-class Inglés de EE. UU.

Of a low or inferior standard, quality, or social class

low-cost Inglés de EE. UU.

Relatively inexpensive; cheap

low gear Inglés de EE. UU.

A gear that causes a wheeled vehicle to move slowly, because of a low ratio between the speed of the wheels and that of the mechanism driving them

low-grade Inglés de EE. UU.

Of low quality or strength

Low Latin Inglés de EE. UU.

Medieval and later forms of Latin

low-level Inglés de EE. UU.

Situated relatively near or below ground level

low-lying Inglés de EE. UU.

At low altitude above sea level

Low Mass Inglés de EE. UU.

(In the Roman Catholic Church) formerly, a Mass with no music and a minimum of ceremony

low post Inglés de EE. UU.

An offensive position on the court close to the basket

low-rent Inglés de EE. UU.

(Of a property) costing relatively little to rent

low-rise Inglés de EE. UU.

(Of a building) having few stories

low road Inglés de EE. UU.

A behavior or approach that is unscrupulous or immoral

low-slung Inglés de EE. UU.

Lower in height or closer to the ground than usual

low-tech Inglés de EE. UU.

Involved in, employing, or requiring only low technology

low tide Inglés de EE. UU.

The state of the tide when at its lowest level

low-toned Inglés de EE. UU.

(Of sound) having a low-pitched tone

low water Inglés de EE. UU.

Another term for low tide.

Low Week Inglés de EE. UU.

The week that begins with Low Sunday

low-yield Inglés de EE. UU.

Producing little; giving a low return

low-grade Tesauro EE.UU.

low-grade building materials

Low Latin New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

medieval and later forms of Latin

low-budget Inglés de EE. UU.

Made with a small amount of money

low-calorie Inglés de EE. UU.

Denoting or relating to food or a diet that is low or relatively low in calories


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