come down

come down
vi
1) (move down) [herunter]fallen; snow, rain fallen; trousers rutschen; plane [not]landen;
(crash) abstürzen;
after several encores, the curtain finally came down for the last time nach mehreren Zugaben fiel schließlich der letzte Vorhang
2) (collapse) einstürzen;
the building will have to \come down down das Gebäude muss abgerissen werden
3) (move downstairs) [die Treppe] herunterkommen [o heruntergehen];
4) (visit south) runterkommen (fam)
5) (become less) prices, cost, inflation sinken; prices, cost also fallen;
to \come down down a few pounds ein paar Pfund nachlassen
6) (lose rank) sinken, absteigen;
he's \come down down er ist ganz schön tief gesunken
7) (handed down) tradition überliefert werden
8) (fam: stop feeling [positive] effect)
to \come down down from sth drugs von etw dat [wieder] runterkommen (fam)
9) (depend on)
to \come down down to sth auf etw akk ankommen
10) (amount to)
to \come down down to sth auf etw akk hinauslaufen;
it all \come downs down to money in the end letzten Endes ist doch alles eine Geldfrage
11) (reach decision)
to \come down down on the side of sb/sth sich akk für jdn/etw entscheiden
12) (Brit) univ (leave) [von der Universität] abgehen, die Universität abschließen [o verlassen];
13) (be taken ill)
to \come down down with sth sich dat etw eingefangen haben
14) (rebuke)
to \come down down on sb [for doing sth] jdn [wegen einer S. gen] rankriegen (fam)
to \come down down on sb like a ton of bricks (fam) mit jdm Schlitten fahren (fam)
15) (be removed)
those pictures will have to \come down down diese Bilder müssen runter (fam)

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