Solicitor vs Lower - What's the difference?
As a noun solicitor
is in many common law jurisdictions, a type of lawyer whose traditional role is to offer legal services to clients apart from acting as their advocate in court a solicitor instructs a barrister to act as an advocate for their client in court, although rights of audience for solicitors vary according to jurisdiction.
As an adjective lower is
As an adverb lower is
As a verb lower is
to let descend by its own weight, as something suspended; to let down or lower
can be .
* solicitour (obsolete)
In many common law jurisdictions, a type of lawyer whose traditional role is to offer legal services to clients apart from acting as their advocate in court. A solicitor instructs a barrister to act as an advocate for their client in court, although rights of audience for solicitors vary according to jurisdiction.
In English Canada and in parts of Australia, a type of lawyer who historically held the same role as above, but whose role has in modern times been merged with that of a barrister.
In parts of the U.S., the chief legal officer of a city, town or other jurisdiction.
(North America) A person soliciting sales, especially door to door.
* Jurisdictions using the common-law definition include England and Wales, Scotland, the Republic of Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, India, Hong Kong, and Singapore.
* solicitor general
From (low) +
bottom; more towards the bottom than the middle of an object
(geology, of strata or geological time periods) older
* (more low) higher
* (bottom) upper
* (older) upper
To let descend by its own weight, as something suspended; to let down
- lower a bucket into a well
to pull down
- to lower a sail of a boat
- to lower a flag
To reduce the height of
- Lowered softly with a threefold cord of love / Down to a silent grave. .
- lower a fence or wall
To depress as to direction
- lower a chimney or turret
To make less elevated
- lower the aim of a gun
To reduce the degree, intensity, strength, etc., of
- to lower one's ambition, aspirations, or hopes
- lower the temperature
- lower one's vitality
To bring down; to humble
- lower distilled liquors
(reflexive) (lower oneself ) To humble oneself; to do something one considers to be beneath one's dignity.
- lower one's pride
To reduce (something) in value, amount, etc.
- I could never lower myself enough to buy second-hand clothes.
- lower the price of goods
To fall; to sink; to grow less; to diminish; to decrease
- lower the interest rate
To decrease in value, amount, etc.
- The river lowered as rapidly as it rose.
* bring down
* reduce, turn down
* be humble
* cut, reduce
* die off, drop, fall, fall off, shrink
* become/get smaller, become/get lower, lessen, reduce