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German translation of “bottom”

bottom

noun /ˈbotəm/
the lowest part of anything
der Boden
the bottom of the sea.
the part of the body on which a person sits.
der Hintern
bottomless adjective very deep
bodenlos
a bottomless pit.
be at the bottom of to be the cause of (usually something bad)
der Grund
Who’s at the bottom of these rumours? What is at the bottom of these problems?
get to the bottom of to discover the explanation or the real facts of (a mystery etc).
einer Sache auf den Grund gehen
We need to get to the bottom of the dispute, and try to find a solution.
(Definition of bottom from the Password English-German Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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