come down

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İngilizce - Türkçe
düşmek
(Askeri) istenen frekansı bağlamak
üstelemek
düşmek (fiyat)
aşağı inmek
zorlamak
(geçmişten bugüne) gelmek
erişmek
in
intikal etmek
geçmek
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- aşağı inmek 2- (fiyat) düşmek , ucuzlamak 3- kuşaktan kuşağa geçmek
fiyatı düşmek
burnu sürtülmek
çökmek
gözden düşmek
to (bir kişiden/bir zamandan) (başka birine/başka bir zamana) kalmak
yıkılmak
ucuzlamak
önemsizleşmek
(fiyat) düşmek
inmek
come down to
(fiil) şeklinde sonuçlanmak
come down with
nedeniyle hastalanmak
come down with
yakalan
come down with
hastalığa yakalanmak
come down with
(isim)deniyle hastalanmak, yatağa düşmek
come down with
yatağa düşmek
come down on
cezalandırmak
come down on
fırçalamak
come down on
(deyim) paylamak
come down on
(deyim) haşlamak
come down on
fırça atmak
come down to earth
gerçekçi olmak
come down to earth
hayal kurmaktan vazgeçmek
come down in the world
düşmek
come down in the world
yoksullaşmak
come down in the world
gerilemek
come down on
acımasızca azarlamak
come down on
üstelemek
come down on
cezalandır
come down to
indirgen
come down to earth
ayakları suya ermek
come down in one´s opinion
(birini) eskisi kadar saymamak
come down in one´s price
(kendi malının) fiyatını düşürmek
come down on
cezalandır(mak)
come down to earth
ayakları yere gelmek
come down a ladder
merdiven inmek
come down a ladder
merdivenden inmek
come down in one's
(kendi malının) fiyatını düşürmek
come down in one's opinion
birini eskisi kadar saymamak
come down in price
(bir şeyin) fiyatı düşmek
come down in price
bir şeyin fiyatı düşmek
come down in sheets
sağanak yağmak
come down in sheets
bardaktan boşanırcasına yağmak
come down in the world
(deyim) para ve sosyal durum acisindan basarisizliga ugramak ;mevkice,itibarca vb. dusmek
come down in the world
durumu bozulmak
come down in the world
(biri) (eskiden sahip olduğu) para ve prestijini kaybetmek
come down in the world
(deyim) attan inip eşeğe binmek
come down like a ton of bricks
(deyim) öfke ile üzerine yürümek
come down like a ton of bricks
(deyim) gülle gibi inmek
come down on
{f} azarlamak
come down on
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- saldırmak , çullanmak 2- azarlamak 3- ayıplamak
come down on
{f} saldırmak
come down on
{f} üstüne gelmek
come down on
{f} sıkıştırmak
come down on someone
(deyim) elestirmek,cezalandirmak
come down to
{f} şeklinde sonuçlanmak
come down to earth
(deyim) hayal kurmaktan vaz geçmek,gerçekçi olmak
come down with a cold
nezle olmak
come down with
yakalanmak
come down to
indirgenmek
comedown
gerileme
comedown
düş kırıklığı
comedown
düşme
comedown
saygınlığını yitirme
comedown
düşkırıklığı
come down to
bata çıka
comedown
hayal kırıklığı
what goes up must come down
(Atasözü) Her çıkışın bir inişi vardır!
(fog) to come down
sis çökmek
comedown
sukut
comedown
başarısızlık/düşüş
comedown
düşüş
İngilizce - İngilizce
To descend

Haste ye, and go up to my father, and say unto him, Thus saith thy son Joseph, God hath made me lord of all Egypt: come down unto me, tarry not. - 1611, King James Version of the Bible (Authorized Version), Genesis 45:9.

To return to a normal state of consciousness

He finally came down from his post-bonus high.

To reach a decision

I can't guess which way the board will come down on the project.

To decrease

Real estate prices have come down since the peak of the boom.

To visit, to travel in order to meet

Come down and see me later.

To be passed through time

Much wisdom has come down in the form of proverbs.

get sick; "She fell sick last Friday, and now she is in the hospital"
be the essential element; "The proposal boils down to a compromise"
criticize or reprimand harshly; "The critics came down hard on the new play
If the cost, level, or amount of something comes down, it becomes less than it was before. Interest rates should come down If you buy three bottles, the bottle price comes down to £2.42 The price of petrol is coming down by four pence a gallon. go up
move downward and lower, but not necessarily all the way; "The temperature is going down"; "The barometer is falling"; "The curtain fell on the diva"; "Her hand went up and then fell again"
fall from clouds; "rain, snow and sleet were falling"; "Vesuvius precipitated its fiery, destructive rage on Herculaneum"
If something comes down, it falls to the ground. The cold rain came down
criticize or reprimand harshly; "The critics came down hard on the new play"
descend
come down the pike
to emerge, come up, present itself
come down to
To depend upon, basically, ultimately or in essence

The game is going to come down to the last five seconds.

come down to
To reach by moving down or reducing

Come down to my place someday and have lunch.

come down to us
To survive to the present day; to be extant in some form

As you’ll have noticed, a large number of pre-Renaissance writings on language have come down to us without any indication of their author’s name, or with a false one attached.

come down with
To contract or get; to show symptoms of a minor illness

With a scratchy throat and a cough, it feels like I'm coming down with a cold.

come down to
(Ev ile ilgili) 1. If a situation or decision comes down to something, that is the thing that influences it most: It all comes down to money in the end.2. If a situation or problem comes down to something, it can be described or explained most simply in that way: What the problem comes down to is whether the consumer will be willing to pay more for a higher quality product
come down a peg
humiliated; lose prestige or position
come down like a ton of bricks
hit hard, upbraid or scold someone
come down on
{f} criticize, punish, say negative things about -, scold
come down on
If you come down on someone, you criticize them severely or treat them strictly. If Douglas came down hard enough on him, Dale would rebel
come down on
If you come down on one side of an argument, you declare that you support that side. He clearly and decisively came down on the side of President Rafsanjani
come down to
{f} represent something in a fundamental manner; basically amount to; deal with or confront straight to the point; visit (e.g.: "why don't you come down to my house and have a coffee?")
come down to
If a problem, decision, or question comes down to a particular thing, that thing is the most important factor involved. Walter Crowley says the problem comes down to money I think that it comes down to the fact that people do feel very dependent on their automobile What it comes down to is, there are bad people out there, and somebody has to deal with them
come down to earth
{f} be realistic, be practical, be reasonable
come down upon
rebuke, reproach, upbraid, punish
come down with
If you come down with an illness, you get it. Thomas came down with chickenpox at the weekend
come down with
become sick with -, fall ill with -, get -
come on down
A catchphrase used on the American television game show "The Price is Right," inviting a member of the audience to come to Contestant's Row to play the game
come on down
An invitation to someone living to the north to come for a visit
come on down
An invitation to someone in the upstairs part of a building to come downstairs

Come on down! Breakfast is ready!.

comedown
A downfall; an humiliation
comedown
come·down in BRIT, also use come-down If you say that something is a comedown, you think that it is not as good as something else that you have just done or had. The prospect of relegation is a comedown for a club that finished second two seasons ago. a situation that is not as good, important, interesting etc as the situation you had previously
comedown
A sudden drop to a lower status, condition or level; a disappointment or letdown
comedown
{i} decline, reverse, disappointment, anti-climax, sudden descent
comedown
A calm, mellow period experienced after the initial high from taking drugs
comedown
decline to a lower status or level
go up like a rocket and come down like a stick
from the peak of prosperity to the depths of despair
come down