Detailed Translations for downfall from English to Swedish


downfall [the ~] noun

  1. the downfall (drawback; disadvantage; ruin)
    olycka; fördärv; undergång; nedfall; skyfall
  2. the downfall (decline; decrease; fall; crash)
    nedgång; förfall; avtagande
  3. the downfall (crashes)

Translation Matrix for downfall:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
avtagande crash; decline; decrease; downfall; fall abatement; decrease; deprivation; fading; shrinking; shrinking back; toning down; weakening
fördärv disadvantage; downfall; drawback; ruin badness; wickedness
förfall crash; decline; decrease; downfall; fall decadence; decaying; decline; depravation; deterioration; rotting
nedfall disadvantage; downfall; drawback; ruin
nedgång crash; decline; decrease; downfall; fall decadence; decaying; decline; decrease; depravation; deterioration; falling off; reductions; rotting; toning down; weakening
nedgång och fall crashes; downfall
olycka disadvantage; downfall; drawback; ruin accident; adversity; bad luck; calamity; catastrophe; destitution; disaster; evil; fatalness; misery; misfortune; misère; reverse; squalor; tribulation; trouble
sammanbrott crashes; downfall breaking down; catastrophes; caving in; collapse; collapsing; coming to a standstill; decline; disasters; failing; fall; falling down; reaching a deadlock; relapse; sagging
skyfall disadvantage; downfall; drawback; ruin cloud burst; cloudbursts; downpours
undergång disadvantage; downfall; drawback; ruin
- fall; precipitation; ruin; ruination
ModifierRelated TranslationsOther Translations
avtagande abating; declining; decreasing; diminishing; fading; inclining; lessening; reducing; subsiding; waning; weakening

Related Words for "downfall":

  • downfalls, downfallen

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Related Definitions for "downfall":

  1. failure that results in a loss of position or reputation1
  2. a sudden decline in strength or number or importance1
  3. the falling to earth of any form of water (rain or snow or hail or sleet or mist)1