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Detailed Translations for lower from English to French

lower:

to lower verbe (lowers, lowered, lowering)

  1. to lower (reduce; mark down)
    baisser; solder
    • baisser verbe (baisse, baisses, baissons, baissez, )
    • solder verbe (solde, soldes, soldons, soldez, )
  2. to lower (descend; let descent)
    faire descendre; descendre
    • descendre verbe (descends, descend, descendons, descendez, )

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

Translation Matrix for lower:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- lower berth
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
baisser lower; mark down; reduce be shortcoming; bring down; curtail; cut down; decline; decrease; dim; diminish; drop; dwindle; economise; economize; fall; go thieving; lessen; mark down; reduce; regress; remove; save; scale down; shrink; shrink away; sink; take away; tumble; wain; waining
descendre descend; let descent; lower become lower; bring down; carry down; climb down; climb off; come down; descend; diminish; dismount; drive down; drop; dwindle; elapse; end up somewhere; execute; execute capital punishment; expire; finish off; fire at; get finished; get off; go by; go down; kill; land; lift down; murder; pass; put down; put someone off; put to the sword; shoot; shoot dead; shoot down; shrink; slide down; step down; step out; take down; take someone's life
faire descendre descend; let descent; lower drop; put down; put someone off
solder lower; mark down; reduce clean; clear; clear away; get even; level; make even; pay; pay on account; pay up; put away; sell off; sell out; settle; tidy up
- bring down; depress; frown; get down; glower; let down; lour; take down; turn down
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- bring down; reduce; the lower

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Synonyms for "lower":


Antonyms for "lower":


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

Wiktionary Translations for lower:

lower
verb
  1. intransitive: to decrease in value
  2. to fall, to grow less
  3. reduce (something) in value, amount, etc.
  4. reflexive: to humble oneself
    • lower → s'abaisser
  5. reduce the degree, intensity, strength, etc., of, as temperature
  6. depress as to direction, as a gun
  7. reduce the height of, as a fence or chimney
  8. let (something) descend by its own weight, such as a bucket or sail
lower
verb
  1. Mettre en position plus basse, diminuer la hauteur
  2. Diminuer la quantité
  3. mener d’un lieu à un autre.
  4. Faire descendre, mettre plus bas
  5. restreindre, diminuer, ou faire diminuer.
adjective
  1. Qui placer au-dessous, en bas.

Cross Translation:
FromToVia
lower abaisser; baisser verlagen — op een lager peil brengen
lower abaisser strijken — iets laten zakken
lower descendre; baisser neerlaten — laten zakken
lower abaisser senken — in eine niedrigere Position bringen
lower baisser senkenermäßigen
lower baisser senken — auf einen niedrigeren Wert bringen

low:

low [the ~] nom

  1. the low
  2. the low
  3. the low (depression)
    la dépression
  4. the low (all-time low; low record)
  5. the low (emotional crisis)

low adj

  1. low (not high)
  2. low (with evil intention; malicious; badly; )
  3. low (cunning; vicious; mean; )
  4. low (behind one's back; vicious; vile; )
  5. low (base)
  6. low (low-hanging)
    bas; basse

to low verbe (lows, lowed, lowing)

  1. to low (moo)
    meugler; mugir; beugler
    • meugler verbe (meugle, meugles, meuglons, meuglez, )
    • mugir verbe (mugis, mugit, mugissons, mugissez, )
    • beugler verbe (beugle, beugles, beuglons, beuglez, )

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

Translation Matrix for low:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
bas hose; knee stocking; stocking; stockings
basse bass; contrabass; grumbling voice
clandestin person in hiding
creux de la vague low
crise d'émotions emotional crisis; low
crise de larmes emotional crisis; low crying fit; fit of crying
dépression depression; low burden of life; caving in; collapse; collapsing; decline; depression; economical crises; fall; falling down; low economic activity; low pressure area; relapse; sagging; slump
faux adulteration; counterfeit; fake; forgery; forging; scythe; wrong
fourbe sneaks
hypocrite dissembler; equivocator; fly boy; hypocrite; sham; shifty character; slick customer; smooth operator; sneak
inférieur inferior; submissive
mal aching; annoyance; chagrin; complaint; distress; grief; hurting; illness; inconvenience; misery; nuisance; pain; pains; sadness; sore; sorrow; strain; vexation
malin clever fox; cleverness; cunning; sagacity; shrewdness; sly dog; slyboots; slyness
méchant asshole; bastard; dickhead; jackanapes; naughty boy; naughty child; piece of shit; prick; rascal; rogue; scoundrel; shit; shithead
niveau le plus bas all-time low; low; low record
pire low
point le plus bas low lowest point; lowpoint
record de bassesse all-time low; low; low record
record le plus bas low
rusé cleverness; cunning; intelligence; sagacity; shrewdness; slick operator; slyboots; slyness
sournois fly boy; shifty character; slick customer; smooth operator; sneak; sneaks
traître betrayer; collaborator; quisling; squeaker; squealer; traitor; traitor to one's country; traitress; villain
vilain guy; lad; naughty boy; rascal; scamp; youth
- depression; first; first gear; low gear
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
beugler low; moo cry; gasp; howl; let on; shout; shriek; sob; squeal; tell tales; whine; yell
meugler low; moo
mugir low; moo bawl; be furious; bellow; bray; cry; cry out; grumble; howl; let on; let someone have it; rage; rant; rant & rage; rave; roar; scream; screech; shout; shriek; squeal; storm; tell tales; thunder; whine; yell
- moo
AdjectiveRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- abject; broken; crushed; depleted; humble; humbled; humiliated; low-down; low-pitched; low-toned; lowly; miserable; modest; scummy; scurvy; small
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- depression
ModifierRelated TranslationsOther Translations
bas cunning; false; low; low-hanging; mean; nasty; not high; sharp; shrewd; slippery; sly; underhand; vicious; vile banal; base; below the belt; bogus; coarse; faint; faked; false; feigned; fictitious; gross; hushed; in an undertone; lying low; mean; muffled; nasty; not genuine; pedestrian; rotten; shabby; sham; stingy; subdued; trite; trivial; unmannerly; unsavory; unsavoury; vapid; vile; villainous; vulgar
basse low; low-hanging banal; base; below the belt; bogus; coarse; faked; false; feigned; fictitious; gross; mean; nasty; not genuine; pedestrian; rotten; shabby; sham; stingy; trite; trivial; unmannerly; unsavory; unsavoury; vapid; vile; villainous; vulgar
bassement cunning; false; low; mean; nasty; sharp; shrewd; slippery; sly; underhand; vicious; vile banal; base; below the belt; bogus; coarse; faked; false; feigned; fictitious; gross; mean; nasty; not genuine; pedestrian; rotten; shabby; sham; stingy; trite; trivial; unmannerly; unsavory; unsavoury; vapid; vile; villainous; vulgar
clandestin bad; behind one's back; falsely; foul; indecent; jarring; low; mean; nasty; offensive; ribald; scurvy; secretly; vicious; vile behind someone's back; clandestine; concealed; covert; covertly; disguised; furtive; illegal; illegitimate; illicit; in disguise; in secret; malicious; mean; nasty; on the quiet; on the sly; quietly; secret; secretive; secretly; silently; sneakily; sneaking; sneaky; softly; stealthily; stealthy; subterranean; surreptitiously; underground; underhand; undisclosed; unnoticed; unobserved; unperceived; unseen; veiled
clandestinement bad; behind one's back; falsely; foul; indecent; jarring; low; mean; nasty; offensive; ribald; scurvy; secretly; vicious; vile behind someone's back; clandestine; concealed; covert; disguised; furtive; illegal; illegitimate; illicit; in disguise; malicious; mean; nasty; on the sly; privately; secret; secretive; secretly; sneakily; sneaking; sneaky; stealthily; stealthy; subterranean; underground; underhand; undisclosed; unseen; veiled
dissimulé bad; behind one's back; falsely; foul; indecent; jarring; low; mean; nasty; offensive; ribald; scurvy; secretly; vicious; vile behind someone's back; covert; feigned; hypocritical; insincere; malicious; mean; nasty; on the sly; pretencious; sanctimonious; secretive; secretly; sneakily; sneaky; stealthily; underhand
en cachette bad; behind one's back; falsely; foul; indecent; jarring; low; mean; nasty; offensive; ribald; scurvy; secretly; vicious; vile behind someone's back; clandestine; concealed; covert; disguised; in disguise; malicious; mean; nasty; on the sly; privately; secret; secretive; secretly; sneakily; sneaky; stealthily; stealthy; subterranean; underground; underhand; undisclosed; unseen; veiled
en secret bad; behind one's back; falsely; foul; indecent; jarring; low; mean; nasty; offensive; ribald; scurvy; secretly; vicious; vile behind someone's back; covert; covertly; furtive; in secret; malicious; mean; nasty; on the sly; secretive; secretly; sneakily; sneaky; stealthily; underhand
en traître bad; behind one's back; falsely; foul; indecent; jarring; low; mean; nasty; offensive; ribald; scurvy; secretly; vicious; vile disloyal; perfidious; traitorous; treacherous; underhand
faux bad; badly; behind one's back; evil-minded; false; falsely; foul; indecent; jarring; low; malicious; mean; nasty; offensive; ribald; scurvy; secretly; vicious; vile; with evil intention amiss; artificial; bad; bogus; changeling; deceitful; deceptive; disharmonic; enforced; faked; false; faulty; feigned; fictitious; forced; hypocritical; inaccurate; incorrect; inharmonious; insincere; lying; mean; mendacious; misleading; not genuine; off; off target; phoney; pretencious; sanctimonious; sham; stingy; strained; supposititious; unacceptable; unnatural; unsatisfactory; untrue; untruthful; wrong; wrongly
fieffé cunning; false; low; mean; nasty; sharp; shrewd; slippery; sly; underhand; vicious; vile
fourbe bad; behind one's back; falsely; foul; indecent; jarring; low; mean; nasty; offensive; ribald; scurvy; secretly; vicious; vile blackguardly; roguish; scoundrelly; villainous
futé cunning; false; low; mean; nasty; sharp; shrewd; slippery; sly; underhand; vicious; vile astute; bright; canny; clever; crafty; cunning; ingenious; intelligent; nimble; perky; quick; resourceful; sagacious; sharp; shrewd; skilful; skillful; sly; smart; wily; wise
félon bad; behind one's back; falsely; foul; indecent; jarring; low; mean; nasty; offensive; ribald; scurvy; secretly; vicious; vile blackguardly; roguish; scoundrelly; villainous
hypocrite bad; behind one's back; cunning; false; falsely; foul; indecent; jarring; low; mean; nasty; offensive; ribald; scurvy; secretly; sharp; shrewd; slippery; sly; underhand; vicious; vile feigned; hypocritical; insincere; pretencious; sanctimonious; secretly; stealthily
inférieur base; low barren; defective; incapable; incompetent; inexpert; inferior; lacking; lowest; minor; poor; secondary; subordinate; undermost; unfruitful; unsound
inférieurement base; low
mal badly; evil-minded; false; low; malicious; vicious; with evil intention bad; causing sorrow; corrupt; critical; degenerate; depraved; grave; having one's period; improper; inappropriate; indelicat; malicious; mean; menstruating; nasty; out of place; perverted; putrefied; rotten; rude; serious; tactless; unacceptable; uncalled for; unsatisfactory; unseemly; unsuitable; wicked; worrying
malin cunning; false; low; mean; nasty; sharp; shrewd; slippery; sly; underhand; vicious; vile astute; bright; calculating; canny; clever; crafty; cunning; demonic; devilish; diabolic; dodgy; fantastic; foul; ingenious; intelligent; keen; malicious; marvellous; marvelous; perky; resourceful; right-thinking; roguish; sagacious; sane; satanic; sensible; sharp; shrewd; skilful; skillful; slick; sly; smart; terrific; wily; wise
mauvais badly; evil-minded; false; low; malicious; vicious; with evil intention bad; critical; does not taste good; dubious; grave; grimy; improper; inappropriate; indelicat; inferior; malicious; mean; nasty; not good; not nice; obscure; out of place; pedestrian; poor; problematic; questionable; rude; scary; serious; shady; shifty; sinister; slimy; suspect; suspicious; tactless; uncalled for; uncertain; unreliable; unseemly; unsuitable; venomous; vicious; vile; virulent; vitriolic; wicked; worrying
minable bad; behind one's back; cunning; false; falsely; foul; indecent; jarring; low; mean; nasty; offensive; ribald; scurvy; secretly; sharp; shrewd; slippery; sly; underhand; vicious; vile abominable; distressed; lousy; meager; meagre; miserable; paltry; parched; poor; poverty stricken; ragged; shabby; shady; terrible; unsightly; wretched
miteux cunning; false; low; mean; nasty; sharp; shrewd; slippery; sly; underhand; vicious; vile miserable; paltry; poor; ragged; shabby; shady; unsightly
méchant badly; cunning; evil-minded; false; low; malicious; mean; nasty; sharp; shrewd; slippery; sly; underhand; vicious; vile; with evil intention bad; banal; below the belt; bitchy; bogus; coarse; demonic; devilish; diabolic; doggish; dubious; faked; false; feigned; fictitious; foul; grimy; gross; malicious; mean; nasty; not genuine; obscure; pedestrian; problematic; questionable; rotten; satanic; scary; shabby; shady; sham; shifty; sinister; slimy; sly; stingy; suspect; suspicious; trite; trivial; uncertain; unmannerly; unreliable; unsavory; unsavoury; vapid; venomous; very malignant; vicious; vile; virulent; vitriolic; vulgar
pas haut low; not high
perfide bad; badly; behind one's back; cunning; evil-minded; false; falsely; foul; indecent; jarring; low; malicious; mean; nasty; offensive; ribald; scurvy; secretly

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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

Wiktionary Translations for low:

low
noun
  1. lowest-speed gearing of a power-transmission system
  2. area of low pressure
  3. depressed mood or situation
adjective
  1. despicable
  2. in an amount nearest to zero
  3. in a position comparatively close to the ground
low
adjective
  1. Qui a peu de hauteur ou d’élévation
  2. Vil, méprisable
  3. Qui donne du dégout.
  4. Méprisable
noun
  1. Partie inférieure d’un objet.
  1. -

Cross Translation:
FromToVia
low meugler; beugler; mugir loeien — een langgerekt klagend geluid voortbrengen
low basse; bas laag — niet ver boven iets anders zijn
low hurler brüllenTiere: einen lauten Droh-, Imponier-, oder Paarungsruf/-laut ausstoßen
low bas niedrigsinnlich / physisch: unten befindlich, tief gelegen, nicht hoch

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