highly branched polyethylene with low crystallinity and melting point, and a density of 0.91 to 0.94, prepared at very high pressures, and used mainly for sheeting, films, and packaging materials.
[noun loh-doun; adjective loh-doun] /noun ˈloʊˌdaʊn; adjective ˈloʊˈdaʊn/ Informal. noun 1. the real and unadorned facts; the true, secret, or inside information (usually preceded by the): We gave them the lowdown on the new housing project. adjective 2. contemptible; base; mean: a lowdown trick. 3. , especially socially or morally; degraded.
adjective 1. mean, underhand, or despicable noun 2. information, esp secret or true information adj. also low down, lowdown, “vulgar,” 1888, from low (adj.) + down (adv.). Earlier it meant “humble” (1540s). As a noun, 1915, from the adjective, American English. adjective Related Terms a dirty shame
- Low-down dirty shame
Related Terms a dirty shame
[loh] /loʊ/ verb (used without object), lowed, lowing. British Dialect. 1. 3 . [loh] /loʊ/ verb (used without object), British Dialect. 1. to burn; blaze. 2. (of a person) to feel strong emotions; glow with excitement. /ləʊ/ adjective 1. having a relatively small distance from base to top; not tall or high: a low hill, […]