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beneath

Definitions by Oxford


[bɪˈniːθ], (Preposition)

Definitions:
- extending or directly underneath
(e.g: a 2.5-mile tunnel beneath the Alps)

- at a lower level or layer than
(e.g: beneath this floor there's a cellar)


Phrases:

Origin:
Old English binithan, bineothan, from bi (see by) + nithan, neothan‘below’, of Germanic origin; related to nether


[bɪˈniːθ], (Adverb)

Definitions:
- extending or directly underneath something
(e.g: a house built on stilts to allow air to circulate beneath)

- at a lower level or layer
(e.g: upper layers can be removed to reveal internal parts beneath)


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