the West Germanic languages not included in the High German group, as English, Dutch, Flemish, or .
Compare (def 1).
a language of N Germany, spoken esp in rural areas: more closely related to Dutch than to standard High German Also called Plattdeutsch, LG See also German (sense 1), High German (sense 1)
[loh-greyd] /ˈloʊˈgreɪd/ adjective 1. of an inferior quality, worth, value, etc.: The mine yields low-grade silver ore. adj. 1867, originally in mining, with reference to ores, from low (adj.) + grade (n.).
noun 1. Often, low grounds. Southern U.S. (def 4).
- Low-hanging fruit
noun 1. the fruit that grows low on a tree and is therefore easy to reach 2. a course of action that can be undertaken quickly and easily as part of a wider range of changes or solutions to a problem: first pick the low-hanging fruit 3. a suitable company to buy as a straightforward […]
noun, Track. 1. a race in which runners leap over hurdles 2 feet 6 inches (76 cm) high.