Translation:Reduce the temperature in the sauna before they sweat to death.
Why not just have them go run around in the snow for a while, then hop back in? And maybe get a Finnish guy to bring in some birch branches, to help with circulation.
My favorite is to have them jump into a hole in the ice to cool off before going back in.
It depends - there are a lot of geographical differences of how one pronounces that city name, within the US!
A pronunciation like that exists but not every American pronounces it that way. I also think it's debatable if the second vowel is pronounced like an "ö".
Kind of but the accent is on the wrong syllable there. :)
I was gonna say that everyone here pronounces Boston the same way but AlecM (from the Midwest) and JanaM but in her bio, she says she grew up in and lived in Boston for many years before moving to Ohio, so there you go.) :)
"Kind of but the accent is on the wrong syllable there. :)"
In the recording on forvo "bastun" seems to me like it's pronounced with the grave accent, the toneme that has peaks of the pitch in two syllables. I don't think your point applies.
We do accept "lower", as well as reduce / decrease / turn down / drop.