1 bajar las escaleras• come downstairs
2 estar abajo• be down• be downstairs
3 ir cuesta abajo• be over the hill• be past one's prime• go down to the bottom of• go downstairs
4 llevar abajo• take downstairs
5 bajar cargandov.to carry down, to carry downstairs.
6 escaleras abajoadv.downstairs.
7 llevar abajov.to take downstairs.
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