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    • Having little general level; not high or high.
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low definition

  • adjective:
    • Having little general level; not high or high.
    • increasing just somewhat above surrounding areas.
    • Situated or put below regular level: a low lighting effects installation.
    • Situated underneath the surrounding surfaces: water standing in reasonable spots.
    • Dead and hidden.
    • Cut showing the wearer's neck and chest; décolleté: the lowest neckline.
    • Near or in the horizon: sunlight is lower in the sky.
    • Close or closer to a reference point: had been low in the offensive zone, near the goal.
    • Linguistics Produced with part or most of the tongue depressed, as a, pronounced (ä), in dad. Used of vowels.
    • Of under usual or typical level; shallow: The river is reduced.
    • Humble in status or personality; lowly: of low birth.
    • Biology Of not at all hard structure in the scale of living organisms.
    • Unrefined; coarse: reasonable humor.
    • Violating standards of morality or decency; base: a minimal stunt to pull. See Synonyms at mean2.
    • Lacking power or vitality; weak.
    • Lacking liveliness or great spirits; discouraged or dejected.
    • substandard in degree, strength, or quantity: a low temperature.
    • Below the average or a regular: reasonable earnings; a decreased level of communication.
    • rated close to the start of an ascending series or scale: a reduced quantity; a low level of oil.
    • concerning or being latitudes nearest to the equator.
    • fairly little. Used of a price, price, or any other value: the lowest cost; a minimal income.
    • Having a pitch equivalent to a somewhat few sound-wave cycles per 2nd.
    • maybe not noisy; soft: a low murmur.
    • becoming near total exhaustion: My family savings is reasonable.
    • perhaps not properly provided or equipped; brief: reasonable on products.
    • Depreciatory; disparaging: a reduced viewpoint of him.
    • introduced down or lower in health or wealth: in a reduced condition.
    • Of, associated with, or becoming kit configuration or setting, as with an automotive transmission, that creates the smallest amount of vehicular speed pertaining to engine rate.
    • In a position relatively close to the floor.
    • Small high.
    • Situated below the regular degree, or even the mean height.
    • Depressed, sad.
    • In a sum nearest to zero, eg affordable prices; exhausted; substandard;
    • Of a pitch, recommending a lower life expectancy regularity.
    • Of a loudness, recommending a lowered amplitude.
    • Despicable; lacking self-esteem; vulgar.
    • Lacking wellness or vigor.
    • becoming close to the equator.
    • Humble in personality or standing.
    • Simple in complexity or development.
    • created for the slowest rate, like in reduced gear.
    • Articulated with a broad area between the level tongue and the palette.
    • Occupying a substandard position or location; perhaps not high or increased; depressed when comparing to another thing
    • perhaps not rising toward usual level
    • close to the horizon.
    • Sunk toward farthest ebb of wave.
    • under the typical or remunerative price or quantity, and/or ordinary worth; reasonable; inexpensive
    • Not noisy
    • despondent into the scale of sounds; grave
    • Made, as a vowel, with a low position of part of the tongue in relation to the palate. See Guide to Pronunciation, §§ 5, 10, 11.
    • Near, or otherwise not really distant from, the equator.
    • Numerically small.
    • Wanting strength or animation; depressed; dejected
    • Depressed in condition; simple in position
    • Mean; vulgar; base; dishonorable
    • Not elevated or sublime; not exalted in thought or diction.
    • Submissive; simple.
    • Deficient in vital energy; feeble; weak
    • Moderate; not intense; not inflammatory
    • Smaller than is reasonable or probable.
    • perhaps not rich, high seasoned, or nourishing; ordinary; simple.
    • of the very contemptible kind
    • lower than typical in level or intensity or amount
    • unrefined in character
    • literal definitions; staying at or having a relatively little elevation or upward expansion
    • utilized of sounds and sounds; reduced in pitch or frequency
    • subdued or brought reduced in problem or status
    • low or inferior in section or quality
    • no further enough
    • filled up with melancholy and despondency
    • low in volume
  • adverb:
    • In or even a minimal place, level, or space: directed low; bent reasonable.
    • In or even a reduced problem or rank; humbly: thought low of himself.
    • In or even to a low, humbled, or degraded condition: brought reduced by failure.
    • Softly; quietly: speak reduced.
    • With a deep pitch: sang reasonable.
    • At a little price: bought low and sold large.
    • near to the ground.
    • Of a pitch, at a lowered frequency.
    • Of a loudness, at a lower amplitude.
    • In a low place or way; perhaps not aloft; not on large; near the ground.
    • underneath the typical price; at a moderate cost; cheaply.
    • In a low or mean condition; humbly; meanly.
    • over time nearing our very own.
    • With a reduced sound or noise; maybe not loudly; gently.
    • With a decreased music pitch or tone.
    • In subjection, poverty, or disgrace.
    • In a path close to the equator, so that the declination is small, or near the horizon, so your altitude is small; -- stated of heavenly figures with reference to the diurnal revolution.
    • in the lowest place; near the floor
  • noun:
    • the lowest level, place, or degree: Rain gathers when you look at the lows. The stock market fell to a new low.
    • Meteorology A region of atmospheric pressure that is below normal.
    • the lower gear setup of a transmission.
    • The characteristic noise uttered by cattle; a moo.
    • Something that is reasonable.
    • A depressed mood or scenario.
    • a place of low-pressure; a depression.
    • The lowest-speed gearing of a power-transmission system, specially of an automotive vehicle.
    • A flame; fire; blaze.
    • barrow, mound, tumulus
    • a hill
    • The phoning sound normally produced by cows along with other bovine animals.
    • A hill; a mound; a grave.
    • Fire; a flame; a light.
    • the cheapest trump, usually the deuce; the lowest trump dealt or attracted.
    • The bellow of cattle; a moo.
    • In card-playing, a certain card, usually, although not always, the lowest trump, the holding or taking that confers particular benefits. See all-fours.
    • In meteorology, just like low area.
    • plural Low level land.
    • A hill; a small eminence; a mound, either all-natural or synthetic.
    • Flame; fire; blaze.
    • an air size of reduced force; often brings precipitation
    • Uk political cartoonist (born in brand new Zealand) whom created the character Colonel Blimp (1891-1963)
    • the best forward gear ratio within the gear package of an automobile; used to start a car moving
    • a reduced amount or place or level
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To utter the sound produced by cattle; moo.
    • to help make the calling noise of cattle along with other bovine pets; to moo.
    • To burn; to blaze.
  • verb:
    • To depress; to reduce.
    • obsolete easy past tight of laugh.
    • To moo.
    • make a decreased sound, feature of bovines
  • others:
    • strong imp. of laugh.
    • To utter the soft bellow unusual to creatures of this cow sort; moo.
    • Lying or becoming underneath the basic or normal degree or plane; depressed in place or place; at some depth or length downward; deeply: as, low ground; a low area; the reduced areas.
    • underneath the typical standard of height; dropping below the customary degree or position: as, a minimal bow; a low tide (that's, an ebb-tide abnormally despondent); low tide or low-water (used absolutely, without articles, for the condition for the tide or the water at its biggest normal depression of amount).
    • maybe not full of position; not far above an all natural or typically recognized plane or degree: because, the sun's rays is low (that's, perhaps not far above the horizon); a bird of low trip; a reduced rack.
    • maybe not high in ascending extent; having little straight extension; of no great level; moderate or lacking in altitude or stature; maybe not lofty: opposed to high, lofty, and high: because, reasonable hills, plants, or trees; a low house or wall surface; a person of reasonable stature; a decreased forehead.
    • Not high in a scale of reckoning; below the normal rate, reckoning, or value; modest; meager; cheap: because, low earnings, rates, rates; a reduced estimate; grain had been reduced.
    • Not full of quantity; suggesting or suggested by a small number; expressed by numerals indicating couple of: because, a low number; reasonable latitudes (those expressed in low numbers, and as a consequence near the equator).
    • perhaps not saturated in grade, position, section, state, or account; of substandard grade; simple in rank; lowly: as, people of low property; the low courses; the reduced parts of society.
    • Not high in character or problem.
    • Not haughty or happy; meek; lowly.
    • without dignity, refinement, or concept; vulgar; groveling; abject; mean; base: since, reasonable colleagues; reduced preferences; a reduced companion; reasonable life; a low trick.
    • perhaps not saturated in quality or degree.
    • In optics, of slight refrangibility (that's, having a comparatively great wave-length).
    • In reasoning, having little reasonable expansion; slim; predicable of few objects.
    • Not wealthy or extremely experienced; simple; quick: because, reduced diet.
    • Holding Low-church views. See Low-churchman.
    • In biology, of lowly, simple, or generalized framework; maybe not saturated in the scale of company; maybe not extremely classified or specific: since, low protozoan creatures; reduced cryptogamic plants.
    • Of noises: perhaps not noisy; mild; soft.
    • reasonably grave in pitch; created by fairly slow oscillations; depressed; flat: against high.
    • Synonyms . Mean, Groveling, etc. (see abject), base, ignoble, vile, vulgar, common, dishonorable, inexpensive, plebeian, shabby. See record under mean.
    • close to the floor; not aloft; not high: since, to travel reasonable; to aim reduced.
    • In a mean problem: in composition: as, a low-born other or lass.
    • later, or perhaps in time approaching the present.
    • With a depressed vocals; not loudly: as, talk low.
    • In songs
    • perhaps not loudly; quietly; softly.
    • At a decreased or grave pitch.
    • to reduce.
    • to create reduced; simple.
    • going reduced; descend; fall.
    • To heap or stack up.
    • To flame; blaze.
    • An obsolete preterit of laugh.
    • A dialectal as a type of allow.
    • particularly, in phonetics, of a vowel noise, created aided by the tongue, or section of it, in a reduced position.
  • verb-transitive:
    • To depress; to reduce.
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