Translation of take down in Spanish:

take down

  • 1v + o + adv, v + adv + o 1.1 (unhang, unfasten) [curtains/decorations/notice] quitar; [flag] bajar 1.2 (dismantle) [tent/market stall] desmontar 1.3 (lower) to take down one's pants bajarse los pantalones 1.4 (write down) [address] apuntar, anotar have you taken all that down? ¿has tomado nota de todo?, ¿lo has apuntado or anotado todo?
  • 2v + o + adv (cause to descend) [aircraft] hacer* bajar
See parent entry: take

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