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  1. under

    • IPA[ˈəndər]

    美式

    • prep.
      extending or directly below;below (something covering or protecting)
    • adv.
      extending or directly below something;under water
    • adj.
      denoting the lowest part or surface of something; on the underside;unconscious, typically as a result of general anesthesia
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    副詞

    • 1. extending or directly below something weaving the body through the crossbars, over and under, over and under
    • 2. under water he was floating for some time but suddenly went under

    形容詞

    • 1. denoting the lowest part or surface of something; on the underside the under part of the shell is concave
    • 2. unconscious, typically as a result of general anesthesia the operation was quick—she was only under for 15 minutes
    • pref.
      below; beneath: underclothes undercover

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • pref.
      below; beneath: underclothes undercover

    Oxford Dictionary

    • ph.
      be classified as or among something

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • ph.
      be classified as or among something

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a bet on whether the outcome of an event (usually the combined score of a sports game) will be ... the over-under in hockey gives you less chance of losing

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • adv.
      in or to Australia or New Zealand: selling wines under the name of the grape variety, just as they do Down Under
    • n.
      Australia and New Zealand: thousands of men from Down Under

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • ph.
      (of a business) become bankrupt

    Oxford Dictionary

    • adv.
      having started and in progress; being done or carried out: recruitment is well under way

    Oxford Dictionary

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    • IPA[ˈʌndə]

    英式

    • prep.
      extending or directly below: vast stores of gas under the North Sea the streams that ran under the melting glaciers
    • adv.
      extending or directly below something: weaving the body through the crossbars, over and under, over and under

    Oxford Dictionary