English to Maori Meaning of down - ki raro

Down :
ki raro

tāhuna, ki raro

ki raro, takoto

heke, ki raro, haere whakararo, hoko ololalo, whakararo

ki raro, i raro i, raro, ki te reinga, i raro

raro, ki raro, i raro i, i raro

ki rarotātou anōDownerdownersDowningte whakaunu
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Definitions of down in English
Noun(1) soft fine feathers(2) (American football(3) English physician who first described Down's syndrome (1828-1896(4) (usually plural(5) fine soft dense hair (as the fine short hair of cattle or deer or the wool of sheep or the undercoat of certain dogs
Verb(1) drink down entirely(2) eat up completely, as with great appetite(3) bring down or defeat (an opponent(4) shoot at and force to come down(5) cause to come or go down(6) improve or perfect by pruning or polishing
Adjective(1) being or moving lower in position or less in some value(2) extending or moving from a higher to a lower place(3) becoming progressively lower(4) being put out by a strikeout(5) understood perfectly(6) lower than previously(7) shut(8) not functioning (temporarily or permanently(9) filled with melancholy and despondency
Adverb(1) spatially or metaphorically from a higher to a lower level or position(2) away from a more central or a more northerly place(3) paid in cash at time of purchase(4) from an earlier time(5) to a lower intensity(6) in an inactive or inoperative state
Examples of down in English
(1) It enables them to see quite a distance down the river to the beginning of the estuary.(2) These people will continue to pass their attitudes down to their children and grandchildren.(3) There are others with a genetic make up which allows them to keep the blood alcohol level down in their blood.(4) Note down all the times and places you smoke, with a note on how much you needed each cigarette.(5) She reminds you of your best qualities when you're down , to take the sting out of your woes.(6) Look out here for a smaller path, dropping down towards a wall on the right.(7) the wind has died down(8) At the moment they are a little bit down but that's my job to pick them up.(9) the Berlin Wall came down in 1989(10) I met Jim Renwick for the first time down at Raeburn Place last Tuesday, and I was impressed.(11) I challenge anyone to listen to this and not sit there with tears streaming down their cheeks.(12) But in May the plans were put on hold when he was struck down with kidney stones.(13) But the heart of the matter remains the same down the ages, and the consequences as dire.(14) I wolfed my lunch down and caught a cab to meet Amy.(15) A few days ago I ran across an old friend who is now living down here with the new wife and child.(16) Take a few minutes to note down what you are looking for before you call, and don't allow yourself to be rushed.
Related Phrases of down
(1) sit down ::
noho ki raro
(2) break down ::
whatiia iho
(3) calm down ::
ata iho
(4) lay down ::
takoto ki raro
(5) settle down ::
noho ki raro
1. depressed ::
2. not working ::
e kore e mahi
3. downward ::
4. down in the mouth ::
iho i roto i te mangai
6. toward a lower position ::
ki te tūranga o raro
7. to the ground ::
ki te whenua
10. soft feathers ::
huruhuru ngohengohe
11. down feather ::
huruhuru ki raro
12. pile ::
15. go through ::
haere i roto i
16. pull down ::
wahia iho
17. pop ::
18. shoot down ::
kopere ki raro
19. polish ::
20. to a lower position in ::
ki te tūranga o raro i roto i
21. along ::
22. throughout ::
puta noa
1. up ::
Different Forms
down, downed, downer, downers, downing
Word Example from TV Shows
It took me two hours to get her down.

It took me two hours to get her DOWN.

The Big Bang Theory Season 10, Episode 12

you think she'd want
to watch you gunned down
in front of her?

you think she'd want to watch you gunned DOWN in front of her?

Westworld Season 2, Episode 4

Good girls. Down.

Good girls. Down.

Game of Thrones Season 4, Episode 2

There's no guarantee we're gonna go
against each other, so let's throw down.

There's no guarantee we're gonna go against each other, so let's throw DOWN.

The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 12

Put down that crossbow.

Put DOWN that crossbow.

Game of Thrones Season 4, Episode 10

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