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low /ləʊ $ loʊ/ adjective (comparative lower, superlative lowest)

ضعیف ، عقب ، (=moo) (vi.vt.&n.) صدای گاو ، مع مع کردن
(adv.adj.&n.) پست ، کوتاه ، دون ، فرومایه ، پایین ، اهسته ، پست ومبتذل ، سربزیر ، فروتن ، افتاده ، کم ، اندک ، خفیف ، مشتعل شدن ، زبانه کشیدن ، علوم مهندسی: کم ، ورزش: نزدیک سبد ، علوم نظامی: ارتفاع کم
کامپیوتر: پایین

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

- small, little, short, squat, stunted
- inferior, deficient, inadequate, poor, second-rate, shoddy
- coarse, common, crude, disreputable, rough, rude, undignified, vulgar
- dejected, depressed, despondent, disheartened, downcast, down in the dumps (informal), fed up, gloomy, glum, miserable
- ill, debilitated, frail, stricken, weak
- quiet, gentle, hushed, muffled, muted, soft, subdued, whispered
Contrasted words: decent, decorous, proper, seemly, ethical, moral, noble, high, lofty, elevated, enhanced, increased, raised
Related Words: squatty, unelevated, lowbred, rude, scrubby, scruffy, miserable, woebegone, woeful, declining, weak, dizzy, faint, feverish, fallen, reduced, brief, short, mediocre, moderate, atypical, economical, nominal, cut, cut-rate, marked down, slashed
English Thesaurus: cheap, low, inexpensive, reasonable, economical, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. low1 S1 W1 /ləʊ $ loʊ/ adjective (comparative lower, superlative lowest)
[Word Family: adjective: low, lower, lowly; verb: lower; noun: low; adverb: low]
[Date: 1100-1200; Language: Old Norse; Origin: lagr]

a) small, or smaller than usual, in amount, level, or value Antonym : high
low income/pay/wages
families existing on very low incomes
In May, the price of cocoa fell to its lowest level since 1975–76.
Morale has been low since the latest round of job cuts.
In this sort of investment, the risks are fairly low.
low temperatures
the need for low-cost housing
a low-security prison
b) low in something having less than the usual amount of a substance or chemical Antonym : high:
food that is low in calories
low-fat/low-salt etc
low-alcohol beer
c) in the low 20s/50s etc if a number, temperature, or level is in the low 20s, 30s etc, it is between 21 and 23, 31 and 33 etc:
Tonight, temperatures in most areas will be in the low 50s.

a) having a top that is not far above the ground Antonym : high:
a low wall
a long low building
b) at a point that is not far above the ground or near the bottom of something Antonym : high:
low clouds
The sun was low in the sky now.
Store raw meat on the lowest shelf.
c) below the usual height Antonym : high:
a low bridge
a low ceiling
The river is very low today.

3. STANDARDS/QUALITY bad, or below an acceptable or usual level or quality Synonym : poor Antonym : high:
Their safety standards seem to be pretty low.
Cost-cutting has led to a lower quality of service.
the children’s low achievement in school

4. SUPPLY if you are low on something, or if your supply of something is low, there is not much of it left
be/get/run low (on something)
We’re running low on gas.
Stocks are getting low.

a) not loud:
I heard a low moaning noise.
The volume is too low – turn it up.
a low whisper
b) not high:
a low note

6. LIGHT a light that is low is not bright Synonym : dim:
Use low lighting to give the room a romantic atmosphere.

7. HEAT if you cook something over a low heat or in a low oven, you cook it using only a small amount of heat Antonym : high

8. BATTERY a battery that is low does not have much power left in it

9. CLOTHES a low dress, blouse etc does not cover your neck and the top of your chest ⇒ low-cut

10. UNHAPPY [not before noun] unhappy and without much hope for the future Synonym : depressed:
He was feeling a bit low, so I did my best to cheer him up.
Terry seems to be in rather low spirits today.
be at a low ebb at ebb1(2)
—lowness noun [uncountable]

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. low2 adverb (comparative lower, superlative lowest)
[Word Family: adjective: low, lower, lowly; verb: lower; noun: low; adverb: low]

1. in or to a low position or level:
He bent low over the engine.
She pulled her hat low down over her eyes.
I had the radio on low.

2. near the ground or the bottom of something:
That plane’s flying too low!
There was a hole low down in the hedge.

3. if you play or sing musical notes low, you play or sing them with deep notes:
Sing those bars an octave lower.

4. be brought low old-fashioned to become much less rich or important
search/look high and low at high2(6), ⇒ lay somebody low at lay2(20), ⇒ lie low at lie1(7)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

III. low3 noun [countable]
[Word Family: adjective: low, lower, lowly; verb: lower; noun: low; adverb: low]

1. a low price, level, or value Antonym : high
fall to/hit/reach etc a new low (=be worth less than ever before)
The euro has fallen to a new low against the dollar.
Public confidence in the legal system is at an all-time low (=much lower or worse than ever before).

2. a very difficult time in someone’s personal or working life
highs and lows (of something) (=good times and bad times)
the highs and lows of an actor’s life

a) the lowest point that the temperature reaches during a particular time Antonym : high:
The overnight low will be 8°C.
b) an area of low pressure in the air Antonym : high:
a low moving in over the Pacific

4. the lowest of the low
a) informal someone you think is completely unfair, cruel, immoral etc
b) someone from a low social class – often used humorously

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

IV. low4 verb [intransitive] literary
[Language: Old English; Origin: hlowan]
if cattle low, they make a deep sound

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. not far above the ground
VERBS be, look, seem The windows look very low to me.
ADV. extremely, very The river was extremely low for winter.
a bit, fairly, quite, rather

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

II. small in degree/amount
VERBS be, look, seem | become, get, run Our stocks of food were getting low. Supplies ran low.
remain, stay | keep sth The government wants to keep taxes low.
ADV. extremely, very The failure rate is extremely low.
comparatively, fairly, quite, rather, relatively
PREP. in This dish is very low in fat.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

ADJ. all-time, new, record The pound has hit a new low against the dollar.
VERB + LOW fall to, hit, reach, sink to
PREP. at a ~ Morale is at an all-time low.
PHRASES highs and lows He had experienced all the highs and lows of an actor's life.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

See: lay low , lie low

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

TahlilGaran Online Dictionary ver 14.0
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