Lower

UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈləʊər/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/ˈloʊɚ/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(lōər for 1; louər, louər for 2)

From low (advadverb: Describes a verb, adjective, adverb, or clause--for example, "come quickly," "very rare," "happening now," "fall down."):
lower
adv comparative
lowest
adv superlative
From low (adjadjective: Describes a noun or pronoun--for example, "a tall girl," "an interesting book," "a big house."):
lower
adj comparative
lowest
adj superlative
WordReference English Collocations © 2020

lower

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
adj
  1. is lower [price, quality] than
  2. is lower in [price] than
  3. is lower than [expected, the norm]
  4. is lower than (the) [average, usual]
  5. [their standard of living, his IQ] is lower (than)
  6. have a lower standard of living
  7. this [number, figure] is lower (than)
  8. a [number] lower than (or equal to)
  9. is [slightly, considerably, fractionally, much] lower
  10. this [number] is (slightly) lower (than)
  11. is [generally, usually] lower than
  12. the [water, river] (level) is lower
  13. the lower [back, leg, arm]
  14. have lower back [pain, problems]
  15. in the lower intestine
  16. lower intestinal [tract, pain, gas]
  17. has a lower [level, degree] of [skill, intelligence]
  18. a lower order of [animals, species, creature]
  19. [from, among, belonging to] the lower [class, classes]
  20. [from] the lower middle class
  21. in the lower [right] corner
  22. in the lower [50%]
  23. is lower than [30] [dollars, percent, degrees]
  24. from the Lower [East] Side
  25. [hang, place] the painting lower (on the wall)
  26. on the lower [deck, level, floors]
  27. the lower echelons of society
v
  1. lowered the [rates, prices] (of)
  2. lower it to the [ground, floor]
  3. need to lower your [blood pressure, stress]
  4. lower your [expectations, standards, hopes]
  5. lower [your voice, the volume]
  6. his voice lowered [suddenly, dramatically]
  7. the [rates] lowered
  8. lower the [amount, quantity, rate, limit]
  9. lower the [age, speed] limit
  10. lowered their [heads, eyes]
  11. lower the [risk, danger] of
  12. the [temperature, pressure] lowered
  13. lowered the [temperature]
  14. lowered [automatically, by a switch]
  15. lowered [slightly, significantly, slowly, over time]
  16. lower the tone (of)
  17. lower your speed
  18. lower yourself [onto the couch, into bed]
  19. lowered himself to [beg, plead]
additional examples
  1. lowered the [rates, prices] (of)
  2. is lower [price, quality] than
  3. lower it to the [ground, floor]
  4. is lower in [price] than
  5. need to lower your [blood pressure, stress]
  6. is lower than [expected, the norm]
  7. lower your [expectations, standards, hopes]
  8. is lower than (the) [average, usual]
  9. lower [your voice, the volume]
  10. [their standard of living, his IQ] is lower (than)
  11. his voice lowered [suddenly, dramatically]
  12. (has) a lower-than-average [IQ, body temperature]
  13. the [rates] lowered
  14. have a lower standard of living
  15. lower the [amount, quantity, rate, limit]
  16. this [number, figure] is lower (than)
  17. lower the [age, speed] limit
  18. a [number] lower than (or equal to)
  19. lowered their [heads, eyes]
  20. is [slightly, considerably, fractionally, much] lower
  21. lower the [risk, danger] of
  22. this [number] is (slightly) lower (than)
  23. the [temperature, pressure] lowered
  24. is [generally, usually] lower than
  25. lowered the [temperature]
  26. the [water, river] (level) is lower
  27. lowered [automatically, by a switch]
  28. the lower [back, leg, arm]
  29. lowered [slightly, significantly, slowly, over time]
  30. have lower back [pain, problems]
  31. lower the tone (of)
  32. in the lower intestine
  33. lower your speed
  34. lower intestinal [tract, pain, gas]
  35. lower yourself [onto the couch, into bed]
  36. has a lower [level, degree] of [skill, intelligence]
  37. lowered himself to [beg, plead]
  38. a lower order of [animals, species, creature]
  39. [from, among, belonging to] the lower [class, classes]
  40. a lower-class [family]
  41. [from] the lower middle class
  42. a lower-middle-class [background, upbringing, family]
  43. a lower-risk [strategy, investment, portfolio]
  44. [write, type] in lowercase letters
  45. in the lower [right] corner
  46. in the lower [50%]
  47. is lower than [30] [dollars, percent, degrees]
  48. from the Lower [East] Side
  49. [hang, place] the painting lower (on the wall)
  50. on the lower [deck, level, floors]
  51. the lower echelons of society
WordReference English Collocations © 2020

low

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
adj
  1. is low in [fat, calories, carbohydrates]
  2. [a diet, food] that is low in [fat]
  3. low [prices, costs, quality]
  4. all for one low price
  5. for as low as [$40]
  6. our lowest ever prices
  7. get low (interest) rates
  8. my income is (too) low
  9. a low [level, degree] of [skill, intelligence]
  10. are low levels of [radiation, arsenic] in
  11. low power [usage, consumption]
  12. expect low temperatures (on)
  13. the low temperature will be [90 degrees]
  14. is (situated) at a low level
  15. the [shelves, books] were low enough to reach
  16. [hang, place] the painting lower (on the wall)
  17. the [vines, branches] hung low
  18. a low [collar, neckline]
  19. low (graphics) settings
  20. turn the [lights, sound] down low
  21. the [lights] were low
  22. in low [light, lighting]
  23. the sun was low in the sky
  24. has a low voice
  25. have low expectations of [yourself, their students]
  26. that was a (really) low blow!
  27. was laid low by [illness, the flu]
n
  1. the [economy, market, team] has hit a [new, all time, record] low
  2. [fallen, dropped, plummeted] to a [new] low
  3. his [image, career, reputation] is at its low
  4. their [rating, popularity] is at a low
  5. has [hit, reached] a low
  6. [deal with, recover from] a depressing low
  7. the highs and lows of her [career, day]
  8. the weatherman forecasted a monsoon low (in the East)
adv
  1. do you think I [could, would] stoop that low?
  2. [would, could] (never) stoop so low as to
v
  1. the [cow, cattle, herd] was lowing
  2. lowing at the [farmer, car, stranger]
additional examples
  1. the [cow, cattle, herd] was lowing
  2. the [economy, market, team] has hit a [new, all time, record] low
  3. is low in [fat, calories, carbohydrates]
  4. lowing at the [farmer, car, stranger]
  5. [fallen, dropped, plummeted] to a [new] low
  6. [a diet, food] that is low in [fat]
  7. his [image, career, reputation] is at its low
  8. a low- [fat, cholesterol, carb] diet
  9. their [rating, popularity] is at a low
  10. low [prices, costs, quality]
  11. has [hit, reached] a low
  12. all for one low price
  13. [deal with, recover from] a depressing low
  14. for as low as [$40]
  15. the highs and lows of her [career, day]
  16. our lowest ever prices
  17. the weatherman forecasted a monsoon low (in the East)
  18. get low (interest) rates
  19. my income is (too) low
  20. a low [level, degree] of [skill, intelligence]
  21. are low levels of [radiation, arsenic] in
  22. low power [usage, consumption]
  23. expect low temperatures (on)
  24. the low temperature will be [90 degrees]
  25. is (situated) at a low level
  26. the [shelves, books] were low enough to reach
  27. low-level anxiety
  28. [hang, place] the painting lower (on the wall)
  29. the [vines, branches] hung low
  30. a low [collar, neckline]
  31. low (graphics) settings
  32. turn the [lights, sound] down low
  33. the [lights] were low
  34. in low [light, lighting]
  35. the sun was low in the sky
  36. has a low voice
  37. have low expectations of [yourself, their students]
  38. that was a (really) low blow!
  39. [organize, list, order] (them) from low to high
  40. [unbelievably, guaranteed] low
  41. do you think I [could, would] stoop that low?
  42. [would, could] (never) stoop so low as to
  43. was laid low by [illness, the flu]
  44. a low-alcohol [beer, lager, wine, beverage]
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