■ look down

■ look down
■ look down
v. i. + avv.
1 guardare (in) giù; guardare in basso; abbassare gli occhi (o lo sguardo): I looked down at my shoes, mi sono guardato le scarpe; He looked down in shame, ha abbassato lo sguardo per la vergogna
2 to look down on (o upon) guardare dall'alto in basso; disprezzare; arricciare il naso davanti a
3 to look down on, (di edificio, ecc.) dominare su; sovrastare
4 (market.: di merce) essere in ribasso; tendere al ribasso.

English-Italian dictionary. 2013.

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