Below or underneath.
Below; in a place beneath.
On the underside or lower face.
In a position that is lower in rank, dignity, etc.
Under, below, beneath.
‘Underneath the water, all was calm.’; ‘We flew underneath the bridge.’; ‘We looked underneath the table.’;
Covered up or concealed by something.
Under the control or power of.
‘There was little freedom underneath the jackboot.’;
Lower in place, with something directly over or on; under; underneath; hence, at the foot of.
‘Beneath a rude and nameless stone he lies.’;
‘You can have the underneath bunk.’;
Under, in relation to something that is superior, or that oppresses or burdens.
‘Our country sinks beneath the yoke.’;
The lower surface or part of something.
‘The underneath of the aircraft was painted blue.’;
Lower in rank, dignity, or excellence than; as, brutes are beneath man; man is beneath angels in the scale of beings. Hence: Unworthy of; unbecoming.
‘He will do nothing that is beneath his high station.’;
A background radio sound track played during a specific announcement or program.
In a lower place; underneath.
‘The earth you take from beneath will be barren.’;
Beneath; below; in a lower place; under; as, a channel underneath the soil.
‘Or sullen mole, that runneth underneath.’;
Below, as opposed to heaven, or to any superior region or position; as, in earth beneath.
Under; beneath; below.
‘Underneath this stone lieAs much beauty as could die.’;
in or to a place that is lower
on the lower or downward side;
‘a chest of drawers all scratched underneath’;
lower down on the page;
‘diagrams with figures underneath’;
beneath by way of support;
‘a house with a good foundation underneath’;
under or below an object or a surface;
‘we could see the original painting underneath’;