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U+2193, ↓
DOWNWARDS ARROW

[U+2192]
Arrows
[U+2194]
U+FFEC, ↓
HALFWIDTH DOWNWARDS ARROW

[U+FFEB]
Halfwidth and Fullwidth Forms
[U+FFED]

U+2B07, ⬇
DOWNWARDS BLACK ARROW

[U+2B06]
Miscellaneous Symbols and Arrows
[U+2B08]

U+21D3, ⇓
DOWNWARDS DOUBLE ARROW

[U+21D2]
Arrows
[U+21D4]
U+290B, ⤋
DOWNWARDS TRIPLE ARROW

[U+290A]
Supplemental Arrows-B
[U+290C]
U+27F1, ⟱
DOWNWARDS QUADRUPLE ARROW

[U+27F0]
Supplemental Arrows-A
[U+27F2]

Translingual[edit]

Description[edit]

An arrow pointing down.

Symbol[edit]

  1. Down, below.
  2. Southward.
  3. Indicating a decrease or reduction.
    Antonym:
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  4. (phonetics, text style only)
    (a) Ingressive airstream mechanism when used with a letter for a (pulmonic) egressive sound, e.g. [s↓], [a↓] or (rarely) implosives such as [pʼ↓] for [ɓ̥].
    (b) Inhalation when used alone: [↓].
    Antonym:
  5. (chemistry) precipitate, precipitation
  6. (go) an evaluation of a game position, down, defined as − = {*|0}.[1][2]
    Antonym:

Usage notes[edit]

(go): The evaluations ⟨↓ ⇓ ⤋ ⟱⟩ are equivalent to ↑ ⇑ ⤊ ⟰ with the positions of black and white reversed.[1]

References[edit]

  1. 1.0 1.1 Elwyn Berlekamp & David Wolfe (1994) Mathematical Go: Chilling Gets the Last Point, A. K. Peters Ltd, p. 18ff
  2. ^ Dierk Schleicher & Michael Stoll (2005) An Introduction to Conway’s Games and Numbers, arXiv:math/0410026v2 (PDF), pp. 3, 7, 8, 25

English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Japanese .

Symbol[edit]

  1. (Can we verify(+) this sense?) (Japan, slang) Used to denote an unusually low intonation.

Antonyms[edit]

Japanese[edit]

Symbol[edit]

  1. (slang) Used to denote an unusually low intonation.

Antonyms[edit]