to place down
- rechtop op de genoemde plaats doen zitten, rusten, staan
cause to sit or seat or be in a settled position or place
- Sit down, the place isn't taken.
- I needed a place to sit down and rest.
- Narrow down the issue to a specific place or event.
- I'll leave this place trying not to knock anything down.
- Is there some place I can lie down?
- All Tom really wanted was a place to sit down and rest.
- This time he dressed down, having realized that the smart suit would be out of place.
- I know a place where we can sit down and talk.
- This will go down in history as the greatest event that has ever taken place.
- A middle-aged woman with a knapsack on her back seemed to be looking for a place to sit down.
- Here once stood a hotel that claimed the world's freshest towels. The place shut down after they were all stolen.
- Using a doubled-up cushion in place of a pillow I lie down on the hard wooden floor with nothing but a carpet spread over it.
- And since she refused to accept it, she had been living in extreme discomfort, exclaiming: "Why should we spend all the capital we are ever likely to have tying ourselves down to a place we detest!"
- Member States may lay down additional requirements deemed necessary to designate a proposed place as an approved place of inspection.
- Transport and slaughtering shall take place in accordance with the conditions laid down in Annex II.