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go down
verb + adverb

Translation of go down verb + adverb in Spanish:

  • 1 1.1
    (descend) (person)
    bajar
    (sun)
    ponerse
    (curtain) (Theater)
    caer
    bajar
    going down!
    (in elevator) ¡baja!
    to go down on one's knees/hands and knees
    ponerse de rodillas/a gatas
    I went down through the list
    recorrí la lista
    1.2
    (fall) (boxer/horse)
    caerse
    (plane)
    caer
    estrellarse
    1.3
    (sink) (ship)
    hundirse
    1.4
    (computer)
    dejar de funcionar
    descomponerse (Latin America)
    1.5 (be defeated)to go down (to somebody)Italy went down 2-1 to Uruguay
    Italia perdió 2 a 1 frente a Uruguay
    to go down fighting
  • 2 2.1
    (decrease) (temperature/exchange rate)
    bajar
    (population/unemployment)
    disminuir
    to go down in price
    bajar de precio
    to go down in value/weight
    perder valor/peso
    to go down to somethingI'm willing to go down to $500
    estoy dispuesto a bajar hasta 500 dólares
    I went down to 110 pounds
    adelgacé hasta pesar 110 libras
    her voice went down to a whisper
    su voz se redujo a un susurro
    2.2
    (decline) (standard/quality)
    empeorar
    the street has gone down
    la calle ha perdido categoría
    she's gone down in my estimation
    ha perdido or bajado mucho en mi estima
    she's gone down a lot since you last saw her
    ha empeorado ( or envejecido etc) mucho desde la última vez que la viste
    2.3
    (abate, subside) (wind/storm)
    amainar
    (floods/swelling)
    bajar
    his temperature's gone down
    le ha bajado la fiebre
    my knee has gone down
    la hinchazón de la rodilla me ha bajado
    2.4
    (deflate) (tire)
    perder aire
    desinflarse
  • 3 (extend)to go down to somethingthis road goes down to the beach
    este camino baja a or hasta la playa
    the skirt goes down to her ankles
    la falda le llega a los tobillos
  • 4 4.1
    (toward the south) ir (hacia el sur)
    I'm going down to Atlanta for a few days
    voy a ir a pasar unos días a Atlanta
    4.2
    (to another place) (British English)
    ir
    I'm going down to the shops
    voy a las tiendas
    4.3
    (British English) (from university — at end of term) volver a casa para las vacaciones (desde Oxford o Cambridge)
    (— after graduating) terminar la carrera
    egresar (Latin America)
    4.4 (go to prison) [slang]he went down for five years
    le cayeron cinco años [colloquial]
  • 5 5.1 (be swallowed) it just won't go down
    no me pasa
    no lo puedo tragar
    drink some water to help it go down
    toma un poco de agua para ayudar a pasarlo
    a coffee would go down nicely
    un café me caería de maravilla
    a crumb has gone down the wrong way
    se me ha ido una miga por el otro camino
    5.2 (present/proposal/remarks)how did the announcement go down?
    ¿qué tipo de acogida tuvo el anuncio?
    ¿cómo recibieron el anuncio?
    the jokes went down well with the audience
    al público le gustaron or le hicieron gracia los chistes
    that won't go down too well with your father
    eso no le va a caer muy bien a tu padre
  • 6 (be recorded, written) all these absences will go down on your record
    va a quedar constancia de estas faltas en tu ficha
    that must go down as a wasted opportunity
    deberemos recordarlo como una oportunidad desperdiciada
    to go down in history o in the history books as somebody/something
    pasar a la historia como alguien/algo
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