Support LEO:

LEOs Zusatzinformationen: to bring sth. down - etw. abwerfen


to bring sth. down


Definition (British English)

bring, down
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (American English)

bring, down
Merriam Webster

Thesaurus, synonyms, antonyms

bring, down
Merriam Webster


bring, down
Online Etymology Dictionary

etw. abwerfen



Forum discussions containing the search term

to bring so. downLast post 23 Mar 11, 22:06
In dem Lied "Defying Gravity" in der Version von "Glee" heißt es: I think I'll try Defying…3 Replies
bring downLast post 10 Jul 15, 09:10
... the filter easily screws into the cavity of the nozzle, bringing particles down to 2 mic…2 Replies
bring downLast post 25 Jun 13, 18:26
"Today ... Kaiser Pep ... is preparing to bring the house down by speaking in fluent German.…2 Replies
bring about - *Last post 18 Mar 04, 12:13
braucht LEO 20 (!!) Einträge zu bring about?? M. E. sind viele der Einträge doppelt...8 Replies
bring someone downLast post 30 Aug 07, 00:07
....and then they can all work together to bring Scrimgeour down. from Harry Potter and the …1 Replies
bring the house downLast post 17 Jan 08, 22:57
"The audience brought the house down" Wie könnte man das übersetzen?3 Replies
bring down telephone linesLast post 17 Oct 10, 20:21
Da erzählt einer von den Sabotageakten, die er zusammen mit einer Partisanengruppe im Italie…4 Replies
bring in / bring toLast post 23 Jul 11, 17:15
In early 2009 the breakdown of the marriage began "a race to divorce", with Mr Golubovich se…8 Replies
Verben, die ihre Vorsilben NICHT abwerfen (und solche, die sie abwerfen)Last post 23 Apr 08, 11:34
Vor allem die Vorsilbe "um-" ist interessant: Umkreisen - er umkreiste, die Vorsilbe bleibt…5 Replies
down quark - das Downquark auch: Down Quark Pl.: die DownquarksLast post 27 Feb 14, 23:28
Down-Quark Down ist englisch für nach unten. Das Down-Quark entspricht der anderen Einstellu8 Replies

Support LEO:

  • Pinyin
  • Keyboard
  • Special characters
LEO: Additional information
LEO: Conjugation/declension table

You need to be logged in to start a new thread. Registration and participation are free!

You can search the forum without needing to register. 

You need to be logged in to use the vocabulary trainer. Registration and use of the trainer are free of charge

Recent lookups (click on a word to display the dictionary results again):
#Search term(s)