move down

move down(
muv
 
daun
)
An intransitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and does not require a direct object (e.g. Everybody please stand up.).
intransitive verb phrase
1. (to relocate to the south; often used with "to")
a. irse
The family left Chicago and moved down to live on a farm in Indiana.La familia dejó Chicago y se fue para vivir en una granja en Indiana.
b. mudarse
Alex called Pedro in Florida from his house in New York to tell him he was moving down.Alex llamó a Pedro en Florida desde su casa en Nueva York para decirle que se mudaba allá.
c. venir
We weren't sure if we were going to like it at first when we moved down to the city.No estábamos seguro si nos iba a gustar al principio cuando vinimos a la ciudad.
2. (to move over)
a. correrse
Let's move down a couple of seats, and then Fred and Sally can sit at the end of the row.Nos corremos un par de asientos, y así Fred y Sally podrán sentar el final de la fila.
b. hacer sitio
Gordon moved down so the gentleman could sit down.Gordon hizo sitio para dejar sentarse al señor.
3. (to decrease)
a. descender
The company's stock price moved down by two percent today.El precio de las acciones de la empresa descendieron por un dos por ciento hoy.
b. bajar
The average price of gas has moved down almost a dollar this year.El precio promedio de la gasolina ha bajado por casi un dólar este año.
4. (to be demoted)
a. retroceder
I started out in Honors Algebra, but I had a hard time, so I moved down to regular.Empecé en Álgebra Avanzada, pero me costaba mucho, así que retrocedía a la clase normal.
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
5. (to descend)
a. bajar
We moved down the hill to get a little closer to the main stage of the festival.Bajamos la cuesta para acercarnos un poco más al escenario principal del festival.
b. descender
Hold on with both hands as you move down the ladder.Agárrate con las dos manos mientras desciendes la escalera.
6. (to hold back)
a. poner en un curso inferior
The school moved me down when they saw that I couldn't keep up with my schoolwork.La escuela me puso en un curso inferior cuando vieron que no me podía mantener al día con mis estudios.
7. (to lower)
a. bajar
Will you move the plates down to the next shelf? I can't reach them up there.¿Bajas los platos al próximo estante? Allí no los alcanzo.
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move down
transitive verb
1 [+person, object] bajar
He decided to move his bed down to the ground floor
2 (on bench etc) hacer correrse
Can you move those cushions down to the end of the bench?
3 (Educ) [+pupil]
I may have to move you down (a group) puede que tenga que ponerte en un nivel más bajo
verb:intransitive:plus_adverb
1 [+person, object] bajar
He'd moved down from the top floor His pen moved down to the next question on the form
2 (on bench etc) correrse
Can you move down a few places?
3 (Educ) [+pupil]
he has had to move down one class ha tenido que cambiarse al curso inmediatamente inferior
4 (Dep) (in league) descender (a la división inferior etc)
Next year they'll probably move down another division
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