bajar a

bajar a
A transitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and requires a direct object (e.g. Take out the trash.).
transitive verb phrase
1. (to enter)
a. to descend into
Alguien informó que vio un avión descender al Hudson.Someone reported that they saw a plane descend into the Hudson.
2. (to move from a higher to a lower place)
a. to go down to
Voy a bajar a la bodega a buscar una botella de vino.I'm going down to the cellar to grab a bottle of wine.
b. to come down to
¡Baja a comer, Jimmy! Se está enfriando la comida.Come down to eat, Jimmy! Your food is getting cold.
3. (to decrease)
a. to go down
La temperatura de Amir bajó a 97.7 °F. Ya se le fue la fiebre.Amir's temperature went down to 97.7 °F. His fever is gone.
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