Phrasal Verb: Go down

Phrasal Verb: Go down


Meaning: Decrease, get smaller

Example: The price of scanners has GONE DOWN recently.

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Meaning: Sink

Example: The Titanic WENT DOWN after it hit an iceberg on its maiden voyage.

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Meaning: Sunset

Example: The sun WENT DOWN at seven o'clock.

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Meaning: Be sent to to prison

Example: He WENT DOWN for ten years for armed robbery.

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Meaning: Become recorded as or known as

Example: It WENT DOWN as the worst day in the history of the company.

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Meaning: Be eaten or swallowed

Example: The medicine WENT DOWN easily.

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Meaning: Fall to the ground

Example: The boxer WENT DOWN in the second round.

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Meaning: Happen, take place

Example: The police thought that a big crime was GOING DOWN that night.

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Meaning: Stop working, especially computers

Example: The computer system WENT DOWN for an hour last night.

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Meaning: Become dimmer

Example: The lights WENT DOWN and the audience stopped talking.

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Meaning: Be received by people, in terms of their reaction

Example: My joke WENT DOWN very badly.

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