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  • lower — 1 adjective 1 (only before noun) below something else, especially beneath something of the same type: Nina chewed her lower lip anxiously. | the lower limbs (=legs) 2 (only before noun) at or near the bottom of something: the lower slopes of the… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • lower yourself (by doing something) — ˈlower yourself (by doing sth) idiom (usually used in negative sentences) to behave in a way that makes other people respect you less Syn: ↑demean • I wouldn t lower myself by working for him. Main entry: ↑lower …   Useful english dictionary

  • lower — low|er1 [ˈləuə US ˈlouər] adj 1.) [only before noun] below something else, especially below something of the same type ≠ ↑upper ▪ Nina chewed her lower lip anxiously. ▪ Ruth went down to the lower deck (=lower level on a ship) . your lower limbs… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • pull sth down — UK US pull sth down Phrasal Verb with pull({{}}/pʊl/ verb [T] ► to make a figure or an amount lower: pull down the cost/price/value of sth »Lower clothing prices will pull down the cost of the family shopping basket …   Financial and business terms

  • edge sth down/lower — edge (sth) down/lower ► to get less or lower by a small amount, or to make something do this: »Sales edged down from $1.775 billion to $1.772 billion in the fourth quarter. Main Entry: ↑edge …   Financial and business terms

  • edge sth lower — edge (sth) down/lower ► to get less or lower by a small amount, or to make something do this: »Sales edged down from $1.775 billion to $1.772 billion in the fourth quarter. Main Entry: ↑edge …   Financial and business terms

  • edge sth down — edge (sth) down/lower ► to get less or lower by a small amount, or to make something do this: »Sales edged down from $1.775 billion to $1.772 billion in the fourth quarter. Main Entry: ↑edge …   Financial and business terms

  • mark sth down — UK US mark sth down Phrasal Verb with mark({{}}/mɑːk/ verb [T] ► COMMERCE to reduce the price of something, usually in order to encourage people to buy it: mark sth down by sth »Low consumer demand has forced us to mark down a wide range of goods …   Financial and business terms

  • edge down/lower — edge (sth) down/lower ► to get less or lower by a small amount, or to make something do this: »Sales edged down from $1.775 billion to $1.772 billion in the fourth quarter. Main Entry: ↑edge …   Financial and business terms

  • edge lower — edge (sth) down/lower ► to get less or lower by a small amount, or to make something do this: »Sales edged down from $1.775 billion to $1.772 billion in the fourth quarter. Main Entry: ↑edge …   Financial and business terms

  • a break above sth — a break above/below sth ► an occasion when levels or figures become slightly higher or lower than the level stated: »Gold prices rallied again, a move which traders said could foreshadow another break above $400 an ounce. Main Entry: ↑break …   Financial and business terms


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