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beneath 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Preposition
/biˈnēTH/,
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Extending or directly underneath, typically with close contact,
  1. Extending or directly underneath, typically with close contact
    • - in the labyrinths beneath central Moscow
  2. Underneath so as to be hidden, covered, or protected
    • - unaltered even after years beneath the sea
  3. At a lower level or layer than
    • - beneath this floor there's a cellar
    • - her eyes were dull with dark shadows beneath them
  4. Lower in grade or rank than
    • - relegated to the rank beneath theirs
  5. Considered of lower status or worth than
    • - taking jobs beneath my abilities
  6. Behind (a physical surface)
    • - they found another layer beneath the stucco
  7. Behind or hidden behind (an appearance)
    • - beneath the gloss of success
Adverb
  1. Extending or directly underneath something
    • - a house built on stilts to allow air to circulate beneath
  2. At a lower level or layer
    • - the runways had cracked open, exposing the black earth beneath
  3. Behind or hidden behind an appearance
    • - the smile revealed the evil beneath

  1. below: in or to a place that is lower
  2. Beneath is a thriller-horror film co-produced in a first time partnership between Paramount Classics (a Viacom subsidiary) and MTV Films (although both co-purchased the rights to Hustle & Flow in 2005). ...
  3. Beneath is a third-person action-adventure game developed by Presto Studios that was scheduled to be published by Activision in , but was cancelled.
  4. below or underneath; below; to a lower position; covered up or concealed by something
  5. Used for listed equity securities. 1) Behind; 2) Lower in price.
  6. Hell. It is where the Sinistari reside.