lower, take down, let down, get down, bring down(verb)
move something or somebody to a lower position
"take down the vase from the shelf"
commence, land, swallow, write down, get off, tear down, get, raze, impose, trim down, disgrace, lower, demoralise, take down, dismount, get down, dismantle, cut, demoralize, demean, trim back, trim, overthrow, turn down, pull down, cut down, disappoint, glower, reduce, degrade, set about, lour, subvert, overturn, visit, level, frown, start, put down, begin, inflict, let down, cast down, start out, dispirit, depress, cut back, deject, dismay, light, set down, rase, unhorse, note, set out
overthrow, subvert, overturn, bring down(verb)
cause the downfall of; of rulers
"The Czar was overthrown"; "subvert the ruling class"
weaken, land, bowl over, overthrow, vacate, cut, annul, trim down, overturn, lower, demoralise, misdirect, overrule, get down, debase, pervert, demoralize, lift, trim back, trim, counteract, profane, rescind, cut down, tump over, put down, reduce, sabotage, let down, override, subvert, vitiate, repeal, take down, deprave, revolutionize, cut back, tip over, impose, inflict, undermine, upset, turn over, reverse, countermand, revoke, revolutionise, knock over, countermine, visit, debauch, corrupt
inflict, bring down, visit, impose(verb)
impose something unpleasant
"The principal visited his rage on the students"
chitchat, land, confab, overthrow, enforce, inspect, impose, trim down, overturn, lower, get down, call in, cut, jaw, chit-chat, claver, trim back, trim, see, chew the fat, cut down, call, reduce, levy, natter, gossip, travel to, subvert, visit, take down, cut back, put down, inflict, shoot the breeze, confabulate, let down, chat, chatter, chaffer
land, put down, bring down(verb)
cause to come to the ground
"the pilot managed to land the airplane safely"
unload, land, write down, repose, overthrow, bring, impose, drop off, disgrace, lower, visit, get down, place down, cut, demean, trim back, trim, record, shoot down, cut down, lay, reduce, degrade, let down, subvert, overturn, take down, set down, trim down, put down, down, inflict, set ashore, drop, enter, discharge, cut back, shore, destroy
cause to be enthusiastic
"Her playing brought down the house"
reduce, cut down, cut back, trim, trim down, trim back, cut, bring down(verb)
cut down on; make a reduction in
"reduce your daily fat intake"; "The employer wants to cut back health benefits"
clip, cut out, skip, strike down, ignore, cut off, put down, lop, knock down, reduce, curtail, turn off, fell, trim, tailor, visit, shave, quash, cut, overthrow, cut back, mow, land, turn out, lose weight, shrink, slew, rationalise, switch off, prune, melt off, trim down, snip, contract, dress, shorten, thin, make out, geld, rationalize, disregard, down, snub, push down, inflict, subvert, slim down, concentrate, garnish, slue, tighten, abbreviate, pull down, restrict, keep down, hack, impose, flash back, subdue, cut down, deoxidise, burn, subjugate, curb, issue, edit, edit out, come down, repress, let down, foreshorten, dilute, write out, thin out, curve, swerve, get down, scale down, crop, drop, take down, boil down, pare, slenderize, trend, lower, abridge, deoxidize, sheer, slash, veer, overturn, decoct, slim, trim back
To make a legitimate rulership lose their position of power.
The rebel forces are trying to bring down the president and his government.
The latest budget reforms are intended to bring down the level of inflation.
To make something, especially something flying, fall to the ground. Usually by firing a weapon of some kind.
He brought down a pheasant with his first shot of the day.
To cause an opponent to fall after a tackle.
To make someone feel bad emotionally.
The news of his death brought her down.
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We need to be mitigating greenhouse gasses. If we do, it will bring down the health impact of climate change.
You need leaders to start a revolution - and there aren't any, the opposition are really divided, so there's no easy way to bring down Pena Nieto.
I don’t think it’s going to bring down the cost of insurance.
When you come to a footprint-based regulation you really bring down the CO2 curve in both weight and engine efficiency.
Although we're seeing improvements in some of the red states and some of the states have actually moved from being in a red category -- that was more than 10 % test positivity -- to under 10 %, Kentucky, Tennessee and Virginia moved back into the yellow states status, their work needs to continue to intensify to continue to bring down case counts.
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