get one down

get one down  {v. phr.},  {informal}
1. To make (someone) unhappy; cause low spirits; cause discouragement.
Low grades are getting Helen down.
Three straight losses got the team down.
2. To swallow; digest.
The medicine was so bitter I couldn't get it down.
3. To depress a person's spirit.
Working at such an awful job got Mike down.
Categories: informal verb

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