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, bring down, get off, tear down, get, raze, impose, trim down, disgrace, lower, demoralise, 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
take down, degrade, disgrace, demean, put down(verb)
reduce in worth or character, usually verbally
"She tends to put down younger women colleagues"; "His critics took him down after the lecture"
unload, land, write down, repose, bring down, cheapen, dishonour, pull down, raze, drop off, disgrace, lower, discredit, dismantle, get down, place down, demean, shame, record, lay, tear down, degrade, let down, level, set down, put down, attaint, dishonor, drop, enter, discharge, destroy, rase, note
level, raze, rase, dismantle, tear down, take down, pull down(verb)
tear down so as to make flat with the ground
"The building was levelled"
demean, note, rase, bring down, let down, level off, disgrace, even out, disassemble, degrade, strip, put down, down, lower, dismantle, tear down, raze, take apart, push down, knock down, level, pull down, charge, break up, break apart, get down, even, point, flush, cut down
note, take down(verb)
make a written note of
"she noted everything the teacher said that morning"
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There's no shortage of things people can cite, from the movement in currencies, to the weakness in commodities and fears about China, but at the end of the day if people are trying to take down risk, then it's going to make sense for them to sell their exposure in equities as well.
If you have to take down part of the building, that's a big deal, particularly one that's newly constructed. Not unique, but unusual.
If we find violations, we will take down the content.
His take-down and arrest without probable cause occurred under a police video camera, which taped everything including the police dragging and throwing Freddie into a police vehicle while he screamed in pain, while in police custody, his spine was 80 percent severed at his neck.
We have voluntarily chosen to take down any inventory listed on our site for Bruce Springsteen concerts in New York until the public sale this Friday and urge any other sites that have them listed now to do the same.
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