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    Usa "down" in una frase

    down frasi di esempio

    down


    downs


    downed


    downing


    1. It would be rare to have darkmeal down here


    2. "She really should have been down by now," Jorma said about Venna


    3. It was decades old and at least two years away, down in the Gengee somewhere


    4. He hadn't started it, and started back down past Ava, "I gotta do that, you know the house


    5. Soon Ava continued on up to the house and Venna came quickly down the remaining path


    6. Ava was back down by the time the last one was cool enough to hold


    7. When cold water did not come down, there was almost no winter at all


    8. Some of my friends bought a fabrication shop down in the Gengee, this is the best imitation of an antique ocean racer from our country that we can build


    9. " He had jumped down to the deck


    10. He followed Herndon down the tiny ladder


















































































    1. The markets have seen lots of ups and downs, but history shows that over time the value of a well-diversified portfolio will increase


    2. Over a long period of a few years some share show a consistent growth, some show ups and downs around a mean value, some show a persistent fall in value and quite a few just vanish out of market or are quoted at a value which is not worth the cost of paper on which the share certificate is printed


    3. Some miles to the south of London, nestling in the gently rolling, green swathed hills of the Surrey Downs, there stands an old country manor house, which boasts the thickest of stone walls, a small but nonetheless impressive little tower and ornate white painted wooden gables


    4. Be Aware of Processing Ups and Downs


    5. emotional ups and downs from processing the release


    6. is released, but noticeable ups and downs occur about


    7. rolling, green swathed hills of the Surrey Downs, there stands an


    8. May Create Emotional Ups and Downs, 217


    9. downs and slopping out, any mention of his sort of crime meant a


    10. Rising up from behind a wall of sound, standing tall on ramparts of abuse, the comic spots the boy and goes for the obvious put downs


















































































    1. “In a minute, so dry, so hot, ‘scuse me please,” and he downed the water and asked for more


    2. But, as Tiffany’s father said as he downed another large brandy late one evening, “Now it’s that young perv’s turn to be pretty and vulnerable”


    3. James took the shot glass and downed it quickly, taking a deep breath he began; “Ten months ago we thought we had the drop on the nasty bastards that had been hitting us for months


    4. Omi downed the shutters of the shop


    5. Don't be alone at home,' Ish said as he downed the


    6. But, as Tiffany’s father said as he downed another large brandy


    7. spluttered something unintelligible, then downed the last of his pint


    8. De Plassan downed his ale in a single gulp and


    9. He downed almost a whole water skin during breakfast and had to fill up another before setting out


    10. the information had confirmed his suspicions, then downed


















































































    1. Investigations are being conducted into how and why so many people died in the prison and, despite demands for a response, Downing Street have yet to issue a statement


    2. Downing the beer in a couple of greedy gulps, he battled his way to the door and, once outside, sucked in the humid Nottingham air


    3. I sat in with well-known advertising legends like Dan Seymour, Henry Schachte, Ted Wilson, Don Armstrong, Paul Gerhold, Larry D’Aloise, Ed Robinson, Rud McKee, Allan Sacks, Nancy Stephenson, Bob Colwell, Harry Treleaven, Chip Meads, Ruth Downing, O’Neill Ryan, Jack Devine, Philip Mygatt, John Monsarrat, Stever Aubrey, and of course, Chairman of the Board Norman Strouse


    4. The men--boys, really--went wild at the prospect of downing a tall, cool glass of fresh milk made in the USA


    5. My refusal didn’t deter them from opening half a dozen bottles with their teeth and downing them in quick succession, laughing and joking at the expense of wogs, women and queers


    6. After downing their cut lunches with a cup of tea they held a whispered conference on the far side of the pool, facing away from the house


    7. Only by a steady hand & the downing of liquor


    8. After a while the conversation came to a natural break so they watched a replay of a Monday night game of basketball, downing a few beers during the game


    9. ’ he said downing the remaining half…’


    10. First he revelled in the annihilation of a community that legally doesn't exist, and second, with the downing of the helicopter he lost half of his air power


















































































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    down in English

    dispirited blue dejected depressed discouraged disheartened fluffy feathers fluff fur hair wisp bring down knock down fell conquer knock out tackle hit overthrow overpower vanquish defeat put down subdue upset overturn from higher to lower descending forward headlong below under underneath poor inferior lowly sad sick below par

    Sinonimi per "down"

    down down feather pile john l. h. down fine-tune polish refine consume demolish devour go through belt down bolt down drink down kill pop pour down toss off cut down knock down pull down push down land shoot down blue depressed dispirited down in the mouth downcast downhearted gloomy grim low low-spirited down pat mastered downward downwardly downwards dejected discouraged disheartened fluffy feathers fluff fur hair wisp bring down fell conquer knock out tackle hit overthrow overpower vanquish defeat put down subdue upset overturn from higher to lower descending forward headlong below under underneath poor inferior lowly sad sick below par