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  *低* | 低* | *低
low / beneath / to lower (one's head) / to let droop / to hang down / to incline
to reduce / to lower / to bring down
low price
to be lower than
low pressure / low voltage
too low
low temperature
low pitch / quiet (voice) / subdued / low-key / low-profile
to bow the head / to yield / to give in
vulgar / poor taste
low cost / inexpensive
height / altitude (aviation) / pitch (music) / ups and downs (success or failure) / whether sth is right or wrong / comparative strength, weight, depth, stature / (spoken interjection) anyway, whatever / eventually, in the end
to underestimate / to underrate
low level / rudimentary / vulgar / low / inferior
low-top (shoes)
cheap / inexpensive / low
subsistence allowance / welfare (abbr. for 城市居民最低生活保障)
in a low voice / softly
low cost
to go down / to decline
valley / trough (as opposed to peaks) / fig. low point / lowest ebb / nadir of one's fortunes
to lower / to reduce
blurred (landscape etc) / low (spirits) / in a slump (economy)
low status / lowly / to lower (one's head)
overcast / gloomy / downcast / deep and low (of sound) / muffled
low-grade / of low worth or rank / poor quality / inferior
low level
low-cut (dress) / plunging (neckline)
low income
to be on the low side / to be inadequate (e.g. of a salary)
to lower (one's voice)
inefficient / ineffective
low blood pressure
to belittle / to disparage / to play down / to demean / to degrade / to devalue
downcast / gloomy / to decline
low marks / low score
inferior quality / substandard / low-grade
a low fever (up to 38°C)
short / low
low level
low tide / low ebb
low consumption (energy, fuel etc)
low fat
low pressure / depression (meteorology)
low altitude
lowest point / minimum (point)
hypoglycemia (medicine)
to chant softly / to murmur
smartphone addicts
low yield
meager (wages) / humble (social status) / feeble (voice)
to have high standards but little ability / to be fastidious but incompetent (idiom)
a low fever (up to 38°C)
incapable / incompetent / stupid / mentally deficient
lowest voice / lowest pitch / lowest note
lowest point / nadir
mental retardation
low-dimensional (math.)
to lower / to be humble
hilly (geography)
lit. low tide / fig. the lowest point (e.g. of a relationship)
to reduce interest rates
to act like a snob
low-pressure zone / depression (meteorology)
low speed
double bass / contrabass
vulgar style (used of items to be censored)
can't reach the high or accept the low (idiom); not good enough for a high post, but too proud to take a low one
can't reach the high or accept the low (idiom); not good enough for a high post, but too proud to take a low one
lower animal / primitive life-form
amused by even the weakest joke / ready to laugh at the smallest thing
low gear / bottom gear
uneven bars (gymnastics)
high in score but low in ability (as a result of teaching to the test)
docile / submissive
low-paid workers in industries that offer jobs for the unskilled / derogatory-sounding abbr. for 低端產業從業人口|低端产业从业人口
low-level (computer) language
man seeks his way up just as water seeks its way down (idiom) / one should constantly strive to make progress
bass (music) / lower register male voice
low and unhurried (voice etc) / low and gently sloping (terrain)
low fidelity / lo-fi
high and low / uneven (in height) / uneven (of ground)
in a whisper / in a low voice (idiom)
darkness fell (falls, had fallen etc)
retarded child / moron / idiot
low hurdles (track event)

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