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bottom

adjective [before noun]
 
 
/ˈbɒtəm/
lowest in a range of levels: the bottom end/level The flotation could produce a £132m profit at the top end of the range and £59m at the bottom end. That still leaves us in the bottom half of spending levels in the EU.
lowest in position: the bottom corner/edge/part The navigation buttons are in the bottom part of the window.
Translations of “bottom”
in Russian нижний…
in Turkish en alt düzeyde, durumda…
in Polish najniższy, dolny…
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