lower - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

Транскрипция и произношение слова "lower" в британском и американском вариантах. Подробный перевод и примеры.

lower / ниже
below, lower, under, beneath, hereinafter, hereafter
lower, put down, drop out
reduce, lower, cut, sink, degrade, bring down
имя прилагательное
lower, bottom, under, inferior, nether, caudal
low, lower, poor, deep, short, bottom
lower, inferior, low, subordinate, under, undermost
имя существительное
хмурый вид
scowl, lour, lower
мрачное небо
lour, lower
имя прилагательное
less high.
the lower levels of the building
(in place names) situated on less high land or to the south or toward the sea.
the sweatshops of the Lower East Side
имя существительное
a scowl.
move (someone or something) in a downward direction.
he watched the coffin being lowered into the ground
look angry or sullen; frown.
the lofty statue lowers at patients in the infirmary
in or into a lower position.
the sun sank lower
имя прилагательное
of less than average height from top to bottom or to the top from the ground.
the school is a long, low building
below average in amount, extent, or intensity; small.
bringing up children on a low income
ranking below other people or things in importance or class.
jobs with low status
depressed or lacking in energy.
I was feeling low
A mere glance upwards at a bright lamp caused it to lower from the domed ceiling.
Resuscitation may have dislodged it and allowed minute food particles to pass into the lower respiratory tract.
The proposal for a new building had a more plausible scale and circulation pattern in a somewhat lower structure.
he must really love her to be able to lower himself to this
Villagers cheered as the building was lowered by crane off a flatbed lorry.
While their only rivals Sheffield Collegiate overcame the sea fret at Hull, Harrogate raced to beat dark, lowering Wolds cloud at Driffield.
He lowers himself and the book by covering these topics.
Two guys worked the kitchen - a dark, lowering , Heathcliffy fellow and a chirpy-looking, more English chap in glasses.
Everyone watched in silence as the Stars and Stripes and the Union flag were lowered to half-mast.
He entered, eyeing the tutor suspiciously and loweringly .