Translation of descender in English:
verbo intransitivo/intransitive verb
- 1 1.1 [temperatura/nivel] to fall, drop hacia allá desciende la numeración de la calle the street numbers go down in that direction 1.2 [formal] (desde una altura) [avión] to descend; [persona] to descend [formal], to go down el avión empezó a descender the plane began its descent o/or began to descend descendieron por la ladera oeste they came down o/or descended the western face el sendero que desciende hasta el río the path which goes down to the river los pasajeros descendieron a tierra the passengers disembarked 1.3 [literario/literary] [oscuridad] to fall, descend [literario/literary]; [niebla] to descend [literario/literary]
- 2 2.1 (en una jerarquía) el hotel ha descendido de categoría the hotel has been downgraded su disco ha descendido en la lista de éxitos his record has gone down the charts 2.2 [Deporte/Sport] (de categoría, nivel) to go down, be relegated
verbo transitivo/transitive verb
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