underneath

  • 1Underneath — «Underneath» Sencillo de Alanis Morissette del álbum Flavors of Entanglement Formato Descarga digital Grabación 2007 Género(s) Pop Rock …

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  • 2Underneath — «Underneath» Сингл Alanis Morissette из альбома …

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  • 3underneath — has from earliest times been in competition with below, beneath, and under, and in current use tends to be used mainly in a physical sense, e.g. (adverb) a building with a garage underneath, and (preposition) underneath the arches of the bridge.… …

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  • 4Underneath — Un der*neath , adv. [OE. undirnepe. See {Under}, and {Beneath}.] Beneath; below; in a lower place; under; as, a channel underneath the soil. [1913 Webster] Or sullen mole, that runneth underneath. Milton. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 5Underneath — Un der*neath , prep. Under; beneath; below. [1913 Webster] Underneath this stone lie As much beauty as could die. B. Jonson. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 6underneath — O.E. underneoðan, from UNDER (Cf. under) + neoðan below (see BENEATH (Cf. beneath)) …

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  • 7underneath — *below, under, beneath …

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  • 8underneath — [adv/prep] below beneath, bottom, covered, lower, neath, nether, under; concepts 586,735 Ant. above, over, up …

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  • 9underneath — ► PREPOSITION & ADVERB 1) situated directly below. 2) so as to be partly or wholly concealed by. ► NOUN ▪ the part or side facing towards the ground; the underside. ORIGIN Old English …

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  • 10underneath — [un΄dər nēth′] adv. [ME undernethe < OE underneothan < under,UNDER + neothan, below; akin to neothera,NETHER] 1. under; below; beneath 2. on the underside; at a lower level 3. Football in front of the pass defenders prep …

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  • 11underneath — [[t]ʌ̱ndə(r)ni͟ːθ[/t]] 1) PREP If one thing is underneath another, it is directly under it, and may be covered or hidden by it. The device exploded underneath a van. ...using dogs to locate people trapped underneath collapsed buildings. ...a… …

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  • 12underneath — un|der|neath [ ,ʌndər niθ ] function word ** Underneath can be used in the following ways: as a preposition (followed by a noun): I took the gun and hid it underneath the sofa. as an adverb (without a following noun): She left the buttons open to …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 13underneath */*/ — UK [ˌʌndə(r)ˈniːθ] / US [ˌʌndərˈnɪθ] adjective, adverb, noun, preposition Summary: Underneath can be used in the following ways: as a preposition (followed by a noun): I took the gun and hid it underneath the sofa. as an adverb (without a… …

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  • 14underneath — un|der|neath1 S2 [ˌʌndəˈni:θ US ər ] prep, adv [: Old English; Origin: underneothan, from under + neothan below ] 1.) directly under another object or covered by it ▪ He got out of the car and looked underneath. ▪ It s near where the railway goes …

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  • 15Underneath — Infobox Album | Name = Underneath Type = Album Artist = Hanson Released = April 20, 2004 Recorded = Late 2001 Late 2003 at Rocket Carousel Studios Genre = Pop rock Length = – Label = 3CG Records/Cooking Vinyl Producer = Greg Wells and Hanson… …

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  • 16underneath — 1 preposition, adverb 1 directly under or below another object, used especially when one thing is covering or hiding another: It s near where the railway goes underneath the road. | A translation was written underneath. see under 1 2 if someone… …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 17underneath — 1. adverb /ʌndəˈniθ,ʌndɚˈniθ,ʌndɚˈnið/ a) Below; in a place beneath. b) On the underside or lower face of. 2. preposition /ʌndəˈniθ,ʌndɚˈniθ,ʌndɚˈnið/ …

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  • 18underneath*/*/ — [ˌʌndəˈniːθ] adv, preposition 1) in, to, or through a place directly below something, or below something that covers it I ll leave the key underneath the mat.[/ex] He hid underneath the bed.[/ex] The photographer s name was printed… …

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  • 19underneath — I. preposition Etymology: Middle English undernethe, preposition & adverb, from Old English underneothan, from under + neothan below more at beneath Date: before 12th century 1. a. directly beneath < write the date underneath the address > b.&#8230; …

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  • 20underneath — /un deuhr neeth , needh /, prep. 1. below the surface or level of; directly or vertically beneath; at or on the bottom of. 2. under the control of; in a lower position in a hierarchy of authority: Underneath the department heads are the junior&#8230; …

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