to bring down
- korter maken; korter maken; minder lang worden; korter maken
- cut down on; make a reduction in
to bring down
- cause to be enthusiastic
- Bring your books down.
- Go upstairs and bring down my trunk.
- Bring the suitcase down from my room.
- Can't you bring down the price a bit?
- I cannot bring this wall down by myself.
- Can you bring down my trunk from upstairs?
- It will bring down trouble on your family.
- They did not agree to bring down the price.
- Please help me to bring my suitcase down from the luggage rack.
- Both leaders should be brought together to bring down the curtain on generations of feuding between the two clans.
- Falling global energy prices should bring inflation down in 2009.
- Regulation (EC) No 745/2004 requires all Member States to bring the rules as laid down to the attention of passengers at all designated EU points of entry.
- Investments in new technologies and large scale digitisation facilities can bring down costs of digitisation while maintaining or improving quality and should therefore be recommended.
- In view of this, a further adjustment is required in this case to bring trainees' personnel costs down to a level equivalent to the sum of other costs.
- Such a depressed level of prices could stem from TV2's use of its stronger position to bring down the overall level of television advertising expenditure below where it would have been in a normal competitive situation.