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How to Pronounce Lows: Learn how to pronounce Lows in English correctly

Learn how to say Lows correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word low:

adjective
1of less than average height from top to bottom or to the top from the ground:
the school is a long, low building
a low table
situated not far above the ground, the horizon, or sea level:
the sun was low in the sky
located at or near the bottom of something:
low back pain
he smashed a pane low down in the window
(of women’s clothing) cut so as to reveal the neck and the upper part of the breasts:
the low neckline of her blouse
[in combination]:
a low-cut black dress
(of latitude) near the equator:
the warming effect will be greatest at low latitudes
Phonetics (of a vowel) pronounced with the tongue held low in the mouth; open.
2below average in amount, extent, or intensity:
bringing up children on a low income
borrowing fell to a low level
cook over low heat
(of a river or lake) below the usual water level:
the river was low
(of a substance or food) containing smaller quantities than usual of a specified ingredient:
vegetables are low in calories
[in combination]:
low-fat spreads
(of a supply) small or reduced in quantity:
food and ammunition were running low
having a small or reduced quantity of a supply:
they were low on fuel
3ranking below other people or things in importance or class:
jobs with low status
training will be given low priority
(of art or culture) considered to be inferior in quality and refinement:
the dual traditions of high and low art
less good than is expected or desired; inferior:
the standard of living is low
unscrupulous or dishonest:
practise a little low cunning
(of an opinion) unfavourable:
he had a low opinion of himself
4(of a sound or voice) not loud or high:
keep the volume very low
his low, husky voice
5depressed or lacking in energy:
I was feeling low
noun
1a low point, level, or figure:
his popularity ratings are at an all-time low
an area of low barometric pressure; a depression:
the weatherman talked about highs and lows
2a difficult time in a person’s life:
the highs and lows of an actor’s life
informal a state of depression:
she doesn’t have big highs or big lows
adverb
1in or into a low position or state:
she pressed on, bent low to protect her face
2in a low voice or at a low pitch:
we were talking low so we wouldn’t wake Dean