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under

Definitions by Oxford


[ˈʌndə], (Preposition)

Definitions:
- extending or directly below
(e.g: vast stores of gas under the North Sea)

- at a lower level than
(e.g: the room under his study)

- lower than (a specified amount, rate, norm, or age)
(e.g: they averaged just under 2.8 per cent)

- controlled, managed, or governed by
(e.g: the province is now under martial law)

- undergoing (a process)
(e.g: under construction)


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Origin:
Old English, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch onder and German unter


[ˈʌndə], (Adverb)

Definitions:
- extending or directly below something
(e.g: weaving the body through the crossbars, over and under, over and under)

- under water
(e.g: he was floating for some time but suddenly went under)


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