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change down

verb

  1. intr, adverb to select a lower gear when driving


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"Well, things don't change down here as much as you might think," replied Jack, as he and Alice watched the steamer coming nearer.

The sand of the road absorbed most of the power I now had left and often I had to change down to bottom gear to get along at all.

Then he grudgingly set up a small beer, mostly foam, and flung some small-coin change down on the bar before Tam.

It has been continued without essential change down to the present time.

"No spell will change down into stone, sings the poet," said Bernhard, taking a feather from his pillow and brushing it away.

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