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Detailed Translations for down from English to Dutch


down [the ~] noun

  1. the down (down feather)
    – soft fine feathers 1
    de dons; het nesthaar
  2. the down (kapok; silk cotton; vegetable silk)
    de kapok

down adj

  1. down (below; at the bottom)
  2. down (over)

down adv

  1. down (downwardly)
    – spatially or metaphorically from a higher to a lower level or position 1
  2. down (below)
    – spatially or metaphorically from a higher to a lower level or position 1
  3. down (from under; underneath; below)

to down verb (downs, downed, downing)

  1. to down (tackle)
    tekkelen; onderuithalen
    • tekkelen verb (tekkel, tekkelt, tekkelde, tekkelden, getekkeld)
    • onderuithalen verb (haal onderuit, haalt onderuit, haalde onderuit, haalden onderuit, onderuit gehaald)

Conjugations for down:

  1. down
  2. down
  3. downs
  4. down
  5. down
  6. down
simple past
  1. downed
  2. downed
  3. downed
  4. downed
  5. downed
  6. downed
present perfect
  1. have downed
  2. have downed
  3. has downed
  4. have downed
  5. have downed
  6. have downed
past continuous
  1. was downing
  2. were downing
  3. was downing
  4. were downing
  5. were downing
  6. were downing
  1. shall down
  2. will down
  3. will down
  4. shall down
  5. will down
  6. will down
continuous present
  1. am downing
  2. are downing
  3. is downing
  4. are downing
  5. are downing
  6. are downing
  1. be downed
  2. be downed
  3. be downed
  4. be downed
  5. be downed
  6. be downed
  1. down!
  2. let's down!
  3. downed
  4. downing
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for down:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
dons down; down feather
kapok down; kapok; silk cotton; vegetable silk kapok
nesthaar down; down feather
onderuithalen tackling
- down feather; pile
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
onderuithalen down; tackle floor; knock down
tekkelen down; tackle
- belt down; bolt down; consume; cut down; devour; drink down; fine-tune; go through; kill; knock down; land; polish; pop; pour down; pull down; push down; refine; shoot down; toss off
AdjectiveRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- depressed; down pat; downward; mastered
AdverbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
af down; downwardly accomplished; achieved; clear; complete; completed; concluded; done; evident; finished; off; out; over; prepared; ready; ready for use
beneden at the bottom; below; down below; beneath; down the stairs; downstairs; on a lower floor; under
naar beneden below; down; downwardly below; down the stairs; downstairs; downward; downwardly; downwards; on a lower floor
neer below; down
omlaag below; down
omver down; over
onderuit below; down; from under; underneath from the point; from underneath
- downward; downwardly; downwards
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- over
ModifierRelated TranslationsOther Translations
van onderen below; down; from under; underneath from the point; from underneath

Related Words for "down":

  • downing, downs

Synonyms for "down":

Antonyms for "down":

Related Definitions for "down":

  1. not functioning (temporarily or permanently)1
    • we can't work because the computer is down1
  2. shut1
    • the shades were down1
  3. lower than previously1
    • prices are down1
  4. understood perfectly1
    • had his algebra problems down1
  5. being put out by a strikeout1
    • two down in the bottom of the ninth1
  6. extending or moving from a higher to a lower place1
    • the down staircase1
  7. becoming progressively lower1
    • the down trend in the real estate market1
  8. being or moving lower in position or less in some value1
    • lay face down1
    • the moon is down1
    • our team is down by a run1
    • down by a pawn1
    • the stock market is down today1
  9. spatially or metaphorically from a higher to a lower level or position1
    • don't fall down1
    • rode the lift up and skied down1
  10. away from a more central or a more northerly place1
    • was sent down to work at the regional office1
    • worked down on the farm1
    • came down for the wedding1
    • flew down to Florida1
  11. paid in cash at time of purchase1
    • put ten dollars down on the necklace1
  12. in an inactive or inoperative state1
    • the factory went down during the strike1
    • the computer went down again1
  13. to a lower intensity1
    • he slowly phased down the light until the stage was completely black1
  14. from an earlier time1
    • the story was passed down from father to son1
  15. (American football) a complete play to advance the football1
    • you have four downs to gain ten yards1
  16. soft fine feathers1
  17. fine soft dense hair (as the fine short hair of cattle or deer or the wool of sheep or the undercoat of certain dogs)1
  18. (usually plural) a rolling treeless highland with little soil1
  19. improve or perfect by pruning or polishing1
  20. bring down or defeat (an opponent)1
  21. eat immoderately1
    • Some people can down a pound of meat in the course of one meal1
  22. drink down entirely1
    • He downed three martinis before dinner1
  23. cause to come or go down1
    • The policeman downed the heavily armed suspect1
    • The mugger knocked down the old lady after she refused to hand over her wallet1
  24. shoot at and force to come down1

Wiktionary Translations for down:

  1. soft, immature feathers
  2. American football – a single play
  3. field, especially for racing
  4. hill, rolling grassland
  1. to drop
  2. to pot a ball
  3. to drink or swallow
  1. depressed
  2. on a lower level than before
  1. from one end to another
  1. into a state of non-operation
  2. south
  3. from a high to a low position, downwards
  1. fijne veren die onder de taaiere buitenveren zitten, vaak gebruikt als vulstof
  1. in benedenwaartse richting
  2. in neerwaartse richting

Cross Translation:
down benedenwaarts; neer herunter — aus der Richtung von irgendwo oben nach unten, meist zum Sprecher, Erzähler oder Handelnden hin
down slikken; inslikken; doorslikken; slokken avaler — Traductions à trier suivant le sens
down dons; nesthaar; waas duvet — Sorte de plume courte, molle et frisée, qui pousser la premier sur le corps des oiseaux et est particulièrement fournie chez les cygnes et les oies.


Translation Matrix for Down:

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- John L. H. Down

Related Definitions for "Down":

  1. English physician who first described Down's syndrome (1828-1896)1

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