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      vt  
   (=cut)  
  [+tax, price]  
baisser  
They should bring down their prices.      Ils devraient baisser leurs prix.  
→ They brought down income taxes.        
→ Fierce competition has seen rival companies bringing their prices down.        
→ They charge too much, they should bring their prices down.        
   (=cause to fall)  
  [+rate, price]  
faire baisser  
Competition brings down prices.      La concurrence fait baisser les prix.  
→ Increasing competition is bringing down prices.        
→ The discovery of new oilfields brought the price down.        
   (=shoot down)   abattre
     [+government]   renverser  
→ A national strike would bring the government down.        
Translation English - French Collins Dictionary  
Collaborative Dictionary     English-French
v.
abattre (vt.) ; faire baisser (vt.)
v.
abaisser
v.
faucher
[Sport]; [Football]
v.
renverser le gouvernement
[Bus.]
exp.
Ils devraient baisser leurs prix.
exp.
mettre fin à qch
exp.
La concurrence fait baisser les prix.
vi.
casser la baraque
v.
renverser le gouvernement
[Bus.]
exp.
faire redescendre qn sur terre
exp.
faire s'écrouler qch
v.
apporter (vt.) ; amener (+human) (vt.)
v.
1) apporter (vt), 2) amener (vt)
vt.
introduire
vt.
exécuter
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'bring down' also found in translations in French-English dictionary
v.
bring down
v.
bring down
exp.
to bring down
exp.
to bring down
v.
bring down (to the ground)
v.
bring down ; shoot down ; demoralize ; tire out
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