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Meanings of Downhauls:

noun

A rope used for hauling down a sail, spar, etc.

Usage examples:

The sailor merrily trotted off to go and do something else, possibly ease a downhaul or help set a …

Meanings of Downhearted:

adjective

Discouraged; in low spirits.

Usage examples:

Fans must not be downhearted even though we lost

Downheartedly

ˌdaʊnˈhɑː.tɪd.li

Meanings of Downheartedly:

adverb

In way that shows that you are unhappy and without hope, especially because of a disappointment or failure

Usage examples:

"oh well, at least i tried," he said downheartedly., she listened downheartedly as i explained what…

Downhill

ˌdaʊnˈhɪl

Meanings of Downhill:

adverb

Towards the bottom of a slope.

Usage examples:

He ran downhill
adjective

Leading down towards the bottom of a slope.

Usage examples:

The route is downhill for part of the way
noun

A downward slope.

Usage examples:

On downhills brake gently

Meanings of Downhills:

noun

A downward slope.

Usage examples:

On downhills brake gently
adverb

Towards the bottom of a slope.

Usage examples:

He ran downhill
adjective

Leading down towards the bottom of a slope.

Usage examples:

The route is downhill for part of the way

Downier

ˈdaʊ.ni

Meanings of Downier:

adjective

Covered with fine, soft hair or feathers.

Usage examples:

The baby's downy cheek

Downiest

ˈdaʊ.ni

Meanings of Downiest:

adjective

Covered with fine, soft hair or feathers.

Usage examples:

The baby's downy cheek

Downing

daʊn

Meanings of Downing:

verb

Knock or bring to the ground.

Usage examples:

175 enemy aircraft had been downed
adverb

Towards or in a lower place or position, especially to or on the ground or another surface.

Usage examples:

She looked down
preposition

From a higher to a lower point of (something)

Usage examples:

Up and down the stairs
adjective

Directed or moving towards a lower place or position.

Usage examples:

The down escalator
noun

A period of unwelcome experiences or negative mood.

Usage examples:

There had been more downs than ups during his years at the company
proper noun

One of the six counties of northern ireland, since 1973 an administrative district; chief town, downpatrick.

Meanings of Downland:

noun

Gently rolling hill country, especially in southern england.

Usage examples:

Late in the 3rd millennium bc, a round barrow was raised over a beaker grave at hemp knoll in the c…

Meanings of Downless:

adjective

Having no down or hair.

Meanings of Downline:

noun

The more junior employees in an operation or company, considered collectively or as a group; specifically the distributors at the lower levels of a network marketing or pyramid selling scheme, whose sales or referrals generate income for those above them.

Downlink

ˈdaʊnlɪŋk

Meanings of Downlink:

noun

A telecommunications link for signals coming to the earth from a satellite, spacecraft, or aircraft.

Usage examples:

Two satellites were used to carry the signal over the atlantic to a downlink in atlanta
verb

Relay to the earth (a telecommunications signal or the information it conveys).

Usage examples:

Any tv station can downlink just about any game

Meanings of Downlinked:

verb

Relay to the earth (a telecommunications signal or the information it conveys).

Usage examples:

Any tv station can downlink just about any game
noun

A telecommunications link for signals coming to the earth from a satellite, spacecraft, or aircraft.

Usage examples:

Two satellites were used to carry the signal over the atlantic to a downlink in atlanta

Meanings of Downlinking:

verb

Relay to the earth (a telecommunications signal or the information it conveys).

Usage examples:

Any tv station can downlink just about any game
noun

A telecommunications link for signals coming to the earth from a satellite, spacecraft, or aircraft.

Usage examples:

Two satellites were used to carry the signal over the atlantic to a downlink in atlanta

Downlinks

ˈdaʊn.lɪŋk

Meanings of Downlinks:

noun

A telecommunications link for signals coming to the earth from a satellite, spacecraft, or aircraft.

Usage examples:

Two satellites were used to carry the signal over the atlantic to a downlink in atlanta
verb

Relay to the earth (a telecommunications signal or the information it conveys).

Usage examples:

Any tv station can downlink just about any game

Download

ˌdaʊnˈləʊd

Meanings of Download:

verb

Copy (data) from one computer system to another, typically over the internet.

Usage examples:

It would be wise to download your program to another computer before testing it
noun

An act or process of downloading data.

Usage examples:

Movie downloads were painfully slow

Downloadable

ˌdaʊnˈləʊd.ə.bəl

Meanings of Downloadable:

adjective

(of data) able to be copied from one computer system to another or to a disk.

Usage examples:

The illustrations are available as downloadable files from the website

Downloading

ˌdaʊnˈləʊd

Meanings of Downloading:

verb

Copy (data) from one computer system to another, typically over the internet.

Usage examples:

It would be wise to download your program to another computer before testing it
noun

An act or process of downloading data.

Usage examples:

Movie downloads were painfully slow

Downloads

ˌdaʊnˈləʊd

Meanings of Downloads:

verb

Copy (data) from one computer system to another, typically over the internet.

Usage examples:

It would be wise to download your program to another computer before testing it
noun

An act or process of downloading data.

Usage examples:

Movie downloads were painfully slow

Meanings of Downmarket:

adjective

Cheap in price and low in quality

Usage examples:

A downmarket tabloid newspaper, the store seems to have gone downmarket in an attempt to attract mo…

Downmost

ˈdaʊnməʊst

Meanings of Downmost:

adjective

Situated at or towards the bottom.

Usage examples:

The seat is adjusted so that there is only a slight knee bend when the pedal is in the downmost pos…
adverb

At or towards the bottom.

Usage examples:

It is trapped head downmost in the net

Meanings of Downness:

noun

The fact, condition, or quality of being down.

Downpipe

ˈdaʊn.paɪp

Meanings of Downpipe:

noun

A pipe to carry rainwater from a roof to a drain or to ground level.

Usage examples:

If he had requested, prior to the ingress of water, that richmond check the rainwater downpipes and…

Downplay

daʊnˈpleɪ

Meanings of Downplay:

verb

Make (something) appear less important than it really is.

Usage examples:

This report downplays the seriousness of global warming

Meanings of Downplayed:

verb

Make (something) appear less important than it really is.

Usage examples:

This report downplays the seriousness of global warming

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