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  1. Principal Translations: Inglés: Español: come down to [sth] vi phrasal + prep (be essentially) ser esencialmente loc verb locución verbal: Unidad léxica estable formada de dos o más palabras que funciona como verbo ("sacar fuerzas de flaqueza", "acusar recibo").: reducirse a v prnl + prep: What this strike comes down to is a failure to communicate with your staff.
  2. come down to sth definition: 1. If a situation or decision comes down to something, that is the thing that influences it most. Learn more.
  3. Comedown definition, an unexpected or humiliating descent from dignity, importance, or wealth. See more.
  4. Jun 27,  · Why A History Professor Says 'Racist' Emancipation Memorial Shouldn't Come Down Protesters want to remove the Emancipation Memorial in Washington, D.C. NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Yale history.
  5. Jun 24,  · One of the more unlikely activists calling for the statues to come down on Monument Avenue is the Rev. Robert W. Lee, the general’s great-great-great-great-nephew. Like many white men in .
  6. come down to 1. To amount to something (usually the most important or crucial aspect of something). In this usage, "to" is typically followed by a thing or idea. It's a great offer, but my decision comes down to salary, to be honest with you. With rents skyrocketing, it all comes down to how much you want to keep living in this part of town. 2. To visit.
  7. come down 1. verb Literally, to descend from a higher point to a lower one. This usage is commonly used to describe precipitation. Come down and look at this flood in the basement! The rain was coming down so hard this morning that I got soaked. 2. verb To decrease. I hope house prices in this neighborhood come down so that we can actually afford one. 3.
  8. Formes composées: Anglais: Français: come down to earth v expr verbal expression: Phrase with special meaning functioning as verb--for example, "put their heads together," "come to an end.": figurative (be realistic) (figuré): atterrir⇒ vi verbe intransitif: verbe qui s'utilise sans complément d'objet direct (COD). Ex: "Il est parti." "Elle a ri.": He came down to earth with a real bump.

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