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come down / bajar
come down   come
A. -intransitive verb + preposition   bajar
·to come down the stairs
·bajar las escaleras
B. -intransitive verb + adverb
1. (=descend)
[person, prices, temperature]   bajar   (from   de   (to   a)
[rain]   caer
(=land)   aterrizar
(=crash)   estrellarse
·to come down in the world
·venir a menos
·to come down hard on somebody
·ser duro con somebody, someone
·she came down on them like a ton of bricks
·se les echó encima
·to come down against a policy
·declararse en contra de una política
·so it comes down to this
·así que se reduce a esto
·if it comes down to it, we'll have to move
·si es necesario habrá que mudarse
·to come down on somebody'noun side
·tomar partido por somebody, someone
·if it comes down heads
[coin]   si sale cara
2. (=be transmitted)
[heirloom]   pasar
[tradition]   ser transmitido
3. [building]
(=be demolished)   ser derribadoa
(=fall down)   derrumbarse
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