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beneath

preposition  /bɪˈniθ/ us  
in or to a lower position than; under: Jerry hid the letter beneath a pile of papers. The cool grass felt good beneath their feet.
Translations of “beneath”
in Korean 밑에…
in Arabic تَحت…
in French sous, au-dessous de…
in Turkish altında, alt tarafta, aşağıda…
in Italian sotto, sotto di…
in Chinese (Traditional) 在下麵, 在…下方, 到…下方…
in Russian под, внизу, ниже…
in Polish pod, poniżej, poniżej godności…
in Spanish bajo, debajo (de), no valer la pena…
in Portuguese debaixo, abaixo de…
in German unter…
in Catalan sota…
in Japanese ~の下に…
in Chinese (Simplified) 在下面, 在…下方, 到…下方…
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