from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of down.
- adj. That has been brought down
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. knocked down.
- adj. touched to the ground, thus ending the play; -- of a football.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Covered or stuffed with down.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Now I know a man who is actually _in_ it, and he _says_ -- and he knows this for a _fact_ -- that from the _moment_ when the _first man_ downed tools -- from the very moment when he _downed tools_ ... "
At Moscow, Safin downed Paul-Henri Mathieu 7-6 (7-3), 6-3, 6-2 to win it for Russia.
He called the downed U.S. drone in Iran "a significant intelligence loss" and said he thinks the administration should have considered going in and "taking out the drone."
He also voted against another amendment that would have discouraged the sale of what is called downed animal meat, meat from animals too sick to stand and he voted against allowing the shield to apply to applying to manufacturers and distributors of weight loss products that have been found to harmful to consumers.
The bright spot was that two of the punts were downed, which is what the punt team is trying to accomplish.
The other day, after work, MWK and I were sitting on my deck while Teddy ran around the yard, having all kinds of fun in the doggie play land (also known as the downed tree).
He has had 15 punts downed, which is tops in the league.
He is proposing that ANC commissioners receive training and be given emergency kits so they can help police and firefighters respond to incidents such as downed power lines or trees.
The trick to finding them is to cut the river down to size, fishing obvious holes and pools behind rocks, fishing around the numerous forks in the river, and along bank cover, such as downed trees.
You may recall that the whole episode began with the posting of a video on YouTube showing the producer in question -- Westland/Hallmark -- processing 'downed' cattle.