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slow down

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  • Slow Down — or slowdown may refer to:In music: * Slow Down (album), an album by Keb Mo * Slow Down (Ozzy Osbourne song) * Slow Down (The Academy Is... song) * Slow Down (Bobby Valentino song) * Slow Down (Larry Williams song), notably covered by The Beatles… …   Wikipedia

  • Slow Down — «Slow Down» Lado B de Larry Williams Lado A «Dizzy, Miss Lizzy» Publicación Marzo de 1958 Formato Disco 7 , 45 RPM Disco 10 , 78 RPM …   Wikipedia Español

  • Slow Down — est un son d origine inconnue enregistré le 19 mai 1997 dans l Océan Pacifique par le National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Fichier audio Slow Down , accéléré 16 fois. (info) …   Wikipédia en Français

  • slow down — {v. phr.} To go more slowly than usual. * /The road was slippery, so Mr. Jones slowed down the car./ * /Pat once could run a mile in five minutes, but now that he s older he s slowing down./ Compare: LET UP(2). STEP DOWN. Contrast: SPEED UP …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • slow down — {v. phr.} To go more slowly than usual. * /The road was slippery, so Mr. Jones slowed down the car./ * /Pat once could run a mile in five minutes, but now that he s older he s slowing down./ Compare: LET UP(2). STEP DOWN. Contrast: SPEED UP …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • slow|down — «SLOH DOWN», noun. the act or fact of slowing down, as in rate of production or pace of work: »Most concerns [are] expecting the traditional midsummer month slowdown (Wall Street Journal) …   Useful english dictionary

  • slow down — index alleviate, check (restrain), delay, diminish, encumber (hinder), hinder, impede …   Law dictionary

  • slow down — verb 1. lose velocity; move more slowly (Freq. 5) The car decelerated • Syn: ↑decelerate, ↑slow, ↑slow up, ↑retard • Ant: ↑accelerate ( …   Useful english dictionary

  • slow down — phrasal verb slow down or slow up [intransitive/transitive] Word forms slow down : present tense I/you/we/they slow down he/she/it slows down present participle slowing down past tense slowed down past participle slowed down 1) if someone slows… …   English dictionary

  • slow down — 1) PHR V ERG If something slows down or is if something slows it down, it starts to move or happen more slowly. [V P] The car slowed down as they passed Customs... [V P n (not pron)] There is no cure for the disease, although drugs can slow down… …   English dictionary

  • slow down — UK US slow (sb/sth) down/up Phrasal Verb with slow({{}}/sləʊ/ verb [I or T] ► to become slower or less active, or to make something slower or less active: »Growth in the business slowed down rather than increasing as expected. slow down the… …   Financial and business terms


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