bring down
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bring down
[verb]
Synonyms: fell, down, drop, floor, ground, knock down, level, prostrate, throw down, tumble
English Thesaurus: reduce, cut, lower, bring something down, slash, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

bring somebody/something ↔ down phrasal verb (see also bring)

1. to reduce something to a lower level:
The government hopes these measures will help to bring down inflation.

2. to fly a plane down to the ground Synonym : land:
The pilot managed to bring the plane down safely.

3. to make a plane, bird, or animal fall to the ground by shooting at it:
A bomber had been brought down by anti-aircraft fire.

4. to force a government or ruler to stop ruling a country:
a crisis that could bring down the government

5. to make someone fall over:
He was brought down by the goalkeeper and awarded a penalty.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

bring down
bring (something) down (on (someone))
to cause something to have influence or power over someone.
Why would you bring down that kind of attention if you were trying not to be noticed?

We don't bring violence down on people. People bring it down on themselves.

bring (something) down
1.
to reduce something.
Drugs can bring your blood pressure down.

2.
to cause something to fail.
Dozens of Web sites were brought down by these software programs.

bring (something) down
1.
to reduce something.
Drugs can bring your blood pressure down.

2.
to cause something to fail.
Dozens of Web sites were brought down by these software programs.

bring down (someone/something)
to remove a person or a government from power.
The demonstrations reminded me of the troubles that brought down the president.

The students were not just asking for reforms, they wanted to bring down the government.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

bring down something
bring down (someone/something)
to remove a person or a government from power.
The demonstrations reminded me of the troubles that brought down the president.

The students were not just asking for reforms, they wanted to bring down the government.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

bring something down
bring (something) down (on (someone))
to cause something to have influence or power over someone.
Why would you bring down that kind of attention if you were trying not to be noticed?

We don't bring violence down on people. People bring it down on themselves.

bring (something) down
1.
to reduce something.
Drugs can bring your blood pressure down.

2.
to cause something to fail.
Dozens of Web sites were brought down by these software programs.

bring (something) down
1.
to reduce something.
Drugs can bring your blood pressure down.

2.
to cause something to fail.
Dozens of Web sites were brought down by these software programs.

bring down (someone/something)
to remove a person or a government from power.
The demonstrations reminded me of the troubles that brought down the president.

The students were not just asking for reforms, they wanted to bring down the government.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

bring down
v. phr., slang, informal
1. To deflate (someone's ego).
John brought Ted down very cleverly with his remarks.
2. To depress (someone).
The funeral brought me down completely.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary


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