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prone {adj} [lying flat esp. face down]
1021
liegend [in Bauchlage]
belittled {adj} {past-p} [played down]
378
verharmlost
law legally {adv} [as laid down by the law]
133
gesetzlich
trimmed {adj} {past-p} [slimmed down]
133
abgespeckt [ugs.]
descending {adj} {pres-p} [coming down]
83
herunterkommend
abolished {adj} {past-p} [shut down, disbanded]
50
aufgelöst [Firma, Verein etc.]
attrite {adj} [obs.] [worn down]
15
abgenutzt
deep {adj} [situated deep down]
10
tiefliegend
sth. shagged [obs., rare] [hung down in a shaggy manner]
8
etw. zottelte [ugs.] [z. B. Haare]
retarded {adj} {past-p} [slowed down, impeded]
6
gebremst [z.B. Entwicklung]
deep {adj} [situated far down]
5
tiefgelegen [auch: tief gelegen]
halfway {adv} [e.g., up or down]
5
halb [z. B. nach oben oder unten]
adown {adv} [archaic] [down, downward]hernieder [geh.]
attrite {adj} [obs.] [worn down]abgerieben
Chill! [Calm down!]Reg dich ab! [ugs.]
dummied {adj} {past-p} [sl.] [dumbed down]verdummt
Easy! [Calm down!]Bleib ruhig!
prone {adj} [face down]auf dem Bauch liegend
sb. plunked [coll.] [threw down]jd. schmiss hin [ugs.]
sb. plunks [coll.] [throws down]jd. schmeißt hin [ugs.]
sth. shags [obs., rare] [hang down in a shaggy manner]etw. zottelt [ugs.] [z. B. Haare]
unbowed {adj} [not bowed down]ungebeugt
Verbs
to leave sb./sth. [e.g. leave lying down, leave alone]
1153
jdn./etw. lassen [liegen lassen, in Ruhe lassen, sein lassen etc.]
to detect [track down]
1090
aufspüren
to deposit sth. [put down]
835
etw.Akk. ablegen [abstellen, absetzen]
to comfort (sb.) [quieten down]
679
(jdn.) beruhigen
to bob [move up and down]
549
wippen
to note sth. [register, note down]
486
etw.Akk. vermerken
to remove sth. [by taking it down]
484
etw. abbauen
to drop [throw down] [also: remark etc.]
428
hinwerfen [fallen lassen] [auch fig.]
to drop [break down]
387
zusammenbrechen
to split sth. [split up, break down]
387
etw. aufspalten
orn. to stoop [swoop down]
305
niederstoßen
to crumple [suddenly flop down to the ground (person)]
268
zusammensacken [ugs.] [Person]
biochem. chem. to decompose sth. [break down]
256
etw.Akk. zerlegen [spalten, zersetzen]
to slash sth. [coll.] [cut down, reduce drastically]
185
etw. zusammenstreichen [ugs.]
to rule [regulate, lay sth. down]
146
regeln [anordnen]
to descend [come down]
123
herunterkommen [Stiege, Weg]
to floor sb. [knock down]
109
jdn. umhauen [ugs.] [niederwerfen]
to dismantle sth. [disassemble, strip down]
107
etw.Akk. abmontieren
comp. to scroll [up, down]
93
rollen [eine Schriftrolle etc. vor-, zurückrollen]
to blink [to back down]
68
nachgeben [klein beigeben]
to transmit [hand down]
60
überliefern
to plunk [esp. Am.] [throw down, fall]
48
knallen [hinknallen, werfen, fallen] [ugs.]
to strike sth. [take down]
29
etw. abbauen [Kulissen, Zelte etc.]
to down sth. [put down]
27
etw.Akk. niederlegen
to trace sb./sth. [track down, find]
18
jdn./etw. eruieren [österr.] [schweiz.] [sonst geh.]
to knockdown [spv.: knock down]
15
niederschlagen
to collapse [person: break down from exhaustion]
7
zusammenklappen [ugs.] [Person: vor Erschöpfung]
[to scream so loudly that it can be heard all down the street]häuserweit schreien
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