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low 1

British English: /ləʊ/
American English: /loʊ/

adjective

  • 1
    (not high, close to the ground) (branch, building, chair, wall, cloud)
    basso
    (not elevated, above sea level) (ground)
    basso
    the sun is low in the sky there will be flooding on low ground
    le terre basse saranno inondate
  • 2 (nearly depleted)
    (reservoir)
    scarso
    (level)
    basso
    (battery)
    quasi esaurito
    our stocks are rather low
    le nostre provviste scarseggiano
    the fire was getting low
    il fuoco si stava spegnendo
    we're low on skilled staff
    ci manca personale qualificato
    I'm getting low on petrol
    sono quasi a secco
    these products are low in sugar, fat
    questi prodotti sono a basso contenuto di zuccheri, di grassi
    the patient is very low
    il paziente è molto debole
  • 5 (depressed) to feel low o to be in low spirits
    essere depresso o essere giù (di corda)
  • 6 (deep) (note, tone, voice) in a low voice
    a bassa voce
    the sound is too low (Radio, Television)
    l'audio è troppo basso
  • 7 (disapproved of)
    (vulgar) (conversation, humour)
    di basso livello, volgare
    (base) (action, behaviour)
    ignobile
    that was a really low thing to do
    è stato veramente un colpo basso

adverb

  • 2 (near the bottom)it is very low (down) on the list
    è in fondo alla lista [figurative]
    look lower down the page
    guarda più giù nella pagina
  • 4 (at a deep pitch) (sing, play)
    in una tonalità bassa

noun

Idioms

to be the lowest of the low

I was laid low by flu, bronchitis

l'influenza, la bronchite mi ha steso

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low 2
British English: /ləʊ/
American English: /loʊ/

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