English

Detailed Synonyms for lower in English

lower:

to lower verb (lowers, lowered, lowering)

  1. to lower
    to lower; to reduce; to mark down
    • lower verb (lowers, lowered, lowering)
    • reduce verb (reduces, reduced, reducing)
    • mark down verb (marks down, marked down, marking down)
  2. to lower
    to descend; to lower; let descent
  3. to lower
    – look angry or sullen, wrinkle one's forehead, as if to signal disapproval 1
    to frown; to lower; lour; glower
    – look angry or sullen, wrinkle one's forehead, as if to signal disapproval 1
    • frown verb (frowns, frowned, frowning)
    • lower verb (lowers, lowered, lowering)
    • lour verb
    • glower verb
  4. to lower
    – make lower or quieter 1
    to lower; to turn down; lour
    – make lower or quieter 1
    • lower verb (lowers, lowered, lowering)
    • turn down verb (turns down, turned down, turning down)
      • turn down the volume of a radio1
    • lour verb
  5. to lower
    – set lower 1
    to lower; lour
    – set lower 1
    • lower verb (lowers, lowered, lowering)
      • lower a rating1
      • lower expectations1
    • lour verb
  6. to lower
    – cause to drop or sink 1
    to lower; to depress
    – cause to drop or sink 1
    • lower verb (lowers, lowered, lowering)
    • depress verb (depresss, depressed, depressing)
      • The lack of rain had depressed the water level in the reservoir1
  7. to lower
    – move something or somebody to a lower position 1
    to lower; to let down; to bring down; to get down; to take down
    – move something or somebody to a lower position 1
    • lower verb (lowers, lowered, lowering)
    • let down verb (lets down, let down, letting down)
    • bring down verb (brings down, brought dowm, bringing down)
    • get down verb (gets down, got down, getting down)
    • take down verb (takes down, took down, taking down)
      • take down the vase from the shelf1

Conjugations for lower:

present
  1. lower
  2. lower
  3. lowers
  4. lower
  5. lower
  6. lower
simple past
  1. lowered
  2. lowered
  3. lowered
  4. lowered
  5. lowered
  6. lowered
present perfect
  1. have lowered
  2. have lowered
  3. has lowered
  4. have lowered
  5. have lowered
  6. have lowered
past continuous
  1. was lowering
  2. were lowering
  3. was lowering
  4. were lowering
  5. were lowering
  6. were lowering
future
  1. shall lower
  2. will lower
  3. will lower
  4. shall lower
  5. will lower
  6. will lower
continuous present
  1. am lowering
  2. are lowering
  3. is lowering
  4. are lowering
  5. are lowering
  6. are lowering
subjunctive
  1. be lowered
  2. be lowered
  3. be lowered
  4. be lowered
  5. be lowered
  6. be lowered
diverse
  1. lower!
  2. let's lower!
  3. lowered
  4. lowering
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

lower [the ~] noun

  1. the lower
    – the lower of two berths 1
    the lower; the lower berth
    – the lower of two berths 1

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Related Definitions for "lower":

  1. the lower of two berths1
  2. look angry or sullen, wrinkle one's forehead, as if to signal disapproval1
  3. make lower or quieter1
  4. set lower1
    • lower a rating1
    • lower expectations1
  5. cause to drop or sink1
  6. move something or somebody to a lower position1

lower form of low:

low [the ~] noun

  1. the low
    the low
    • low [the ~] noun
  2. the low
    the depression; the low
  3. the low
    the low; the all-time low; the low record
  4. the low
    the low; the emotional crisis
  5. the low
    – the lowest forward gear ratio in the gear box of a motor vehicle; used to start a car moving 1
    the low; the first; the first gear; the low gear
    – the lowest forward gear ratio in the gear box of a motor vehicle; used to start a car moving 1
  6. the low
    – a low level or position or degree 1
    the low
    – a low level or position or degree 1
    • low [the ~] noun
      • the stock market fell to a new low1
  7. the low
    – an air mass of lower pressure; often brings precipitation 1
    the low; the depression
    – an air mass of lower pressure; often brings precipitation 1
    • low [the ~] noun
      • a low moved in over night bringing sleet and snow1
    • depression [the ~] noun

to low verb (lows, lowed, lowing)

  1. to low
    to moo; to low
    • moo verb (moos, moo, mooing)
    • low verb (lows, lowed, lowing)
  2. to low
    – make a low noise, characteristic of bovines 1
    to low; to moo
    – make a low noise, characteristic of bovines 1
    • low verb (lows, lowed, lowing)
    • moo verb (moos, moo, mooing)

Conjugations for low:

present
  1. low
  2. low
  3. lows
  4. low
  5. low
  6. low
simple past
  1. lowed
  2. lowed
  3. lowed
  4. lowed
  5. lowed
  6. lowed
present perfect
  1. have lowed
  2. have lowed
  3. has lowed
  4. have lowed
  5. have lowed
  6. have lowed
past continuous
  1. was lowing
  2. were lowing
  3. was lowing
  4. were lowing
  5. were lowing
  6. were lowing
future
  1. shall low
  2. will low
  3. will low
  4. shall low
  5. will low
  6. will low
continuous present
  1. am lowing
  2. are lowing
  3. is lowing
  4. are lowing
  5. are lowing
  6. are lowing
subjunctive
  1. be lowed
  2. be lowed
  3. be lowed
  4. be lowed
  5. be lowed
  6. be lowed
diverse
  1. low!
  2. let's low!
  3. lowed
  4. lowing
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

low adj

  1. low
    – of the most contemptible kind 1
    low; miserable; abject; scurvy; low-down; scummy
    – of the most contemptible kind 1
    • low adj
      • a low stunt to pull1
    • miserable adj
      • his miserable treatment of his family1
      • You miserable skunk!1
    • abject adj
      • abject cowardice1
    • scurvy adj
      • a scurvy trick1
    • low-down adj
      • a low-down sneak1
    • scummy adj
      • a scummy rabble1
  2. low
    – literal meanings; being at or having a relatively small elevation or upward extension 1
    low
    – literal meanings; being at or having a relatively small elevation or upward extension 1
    • low adj
      • low ceilings1
      • low clouds1
      • low hills1
      • the sun is low1
      • low furniture1
      • a low bow1
  3. low
    – less than normal in degree or intensity or amount 1
    low
    – less than normal in degree or intensity or amount 1
    • low adj
      • low prices1
      • the reservoir is low1
  4. low
    – used of sounds and voices; low in pitch or frequency 1
    low; low-pitched
    – used of sounds and voices; low in pitch or frequency 1
  5. low
    – very low in volume 1
    low; low-toned
    – very low in volume 1
    • low adj
      • a low murmur1
    • low-toned adj
      • the low-toned murmur of the surf1
  6. low
    – subdued or brought low in condition or status 1
    low; broken; crushed; humbled; humiliated
    – subdued or brought low in condition or status 1
  7. low
    – unrefined in character 1
    low
    – unrefined in character 1
    • low adj
      • low comedy1
  8. low
    – no longer sufficient 1
    low; depleted
    – no longer sufficient 1
    • low adj
      • supplies are low1
    • depleted adj
      • our funds are depleted1
  9. low
    – low or inferior in station or quality 1
    modest; humble; small; low; lowly
    – low or inferior in station or quality 1
    • modest adj
      • a modest man of the people1
    • humble adj
      • a humble cottage1
    • small adj
      • small beginnings1
    • low adj
    • lowly adj
      • a lowly parish priest1

low adv

  1. low
    – in a low position; near the ground 1
    low
    – in a low position; near the ground 1
    • low adv
      • the branches hung low1

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Antonyms for "low":


Related Definitions for "low":

  1. of the most contemptible kind1
    • a low stunt to pull1
  2. literal meanings; being at or having a relatively small elevation or upward extension1
    • low ceilings1
    • low clouds1
    • low hills1
    • the sun is low1
    • low furniture1
    • a low bow1
  3. less than normal in degree or intensity or amount1
    • low prices1
    • the reservoir is low1
  4. used of sounds and voices; low in pitch or frequency1
  5. very low in volume1
    • a low murmur1
  6. subdued or brought low in condition or status1
    • brought low1
  7. unrefined in character1
    • low comedy1
  8. no longer sufficient1
    • supplies are low1
  9. low or inferior in station or quality1
  10. in a low position; near the ground1
    • the branches hung low1
  11. the lowest forward gear ratio in the gear box of a motor vehicle; used to start a car moving1
  12. a low level or position or degree1
    • the stock market fell to a new low1
  13. an air mass of lower pressure; often brings precipitation1
    • a low moved in over night bringing sleet and snow1
  14. make a low noise, characteristic of bovines1

Related Synonyms for lower