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To lower/put down in Russian 🇷🇺

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to lower/put down опустить
How to say “to lower/put down” in Russian? “Опустить”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “опустить” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on to lower/put down in Russian like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to Remember the Russian Word:
– Think of "опустить" as "putting" down something. The "о" can remind you of "over" or "out" as in lowering something out of your hand.
– The root "пуст" hints at the idea of making something empty by letting it go or putting it down.

– "Опустить" means to lower or to put down. It can refer to physically lowering something, or metaphorically bringing something down, like in status or mood.

Other Words that Mean the Same Thing:
– Снизить (snizit') – to lower (e.g., prices, expectations)
– Спустить (spustit') – to lower, to descend

Infinitive: опустить (opustit')

– Masculine: опустил (opustil)
– Feminine: опустила (opustila)
– Neuter: опустило (opustilo)
– Plural: опустили (opustili)

( Note: This verb is perfective, so it does not have a present tense form)

– Я опущу (ya opushchu) – I will lower
– Ты опустишь (ty opustish') – You will lower
– Он/Она/Оно опустит (on/ona/ono opustit) – He/She/It will lower
– Мы опустим (my opustim) – We will lower
– Вы опустите (vy opustite) – You (plural/formal) will lower
– Они опустят (oni opustyat) – They will lower

Examples of Sentences that Use It:
1. Я опущу занавески перед сном. (Ya opushchu zanaveski pered snom.) – I will lower the curtains before sleep.
2. Он опустил руку и вздохнул. (On opustil ruku i vzdokhnul.) – He lowered his hand and sighed.
3. Она не опустит свой уровень ради тебя. (Ona ne opustit svoy uroven' radi tebya.) – She will not lower her standards for you.
4. Мы опустим цены на следующий месяц. (My opustim ceny na sleduyushchiy mesyats.) – We will lower the prices next month.
5. Они опустили голову в знак соглашения. (Oni opustili golovu v znak soglasheniya.) – They lowered their heads in agreement.

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