"down" Definition

  1. to be aware of, or awake to, any move—in this meaning, exchangeable with UP; “DOWN upon one’s luck,” unfortunate; “DOWN in the mouth,” disconsolate; “to be DOWN on one,” to treat him harshly or suspiciously, to pounce upon him, or detect his tricks.

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Position in the dictionary: 1053 of 4022 slang words.
Next words in the dictionary: down the road, down to the ground, downer, downs, downy, dowry, dowsers, doxy, drab, draft on aldgate pump
Previous words in the dictionary: dowlas, dowd, dovercourt, dove-tart, douse, doughy, doublet, double-shuffle, double up, double lines

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