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Translation of "bottom" - English-Korean dictionary

bottom

noun
 
/ˈbɒt·əm/
A1 the lowest part of something
맨 아래 부분
Click on the icon at the bottom of the page.
A2 the flat surface on the lowest side of something
바닥
There was a price tag on the bottom of the box. Something is stuck to the bottom of my shoe.
A2 [no plural] the lowest position in a group or organization
(조직의 서열상) 최하위, 바닥
His team are at the bottom of the first division.
B1 [no plural] the ground under a river, lake, or sea
(강, 호수, 바다 등의) 바닥
The ship sank to the bottom of the sea.
B1 the part of your body that you sit on
엉덩이
B1 [no plural] the part of an area that is furthest from where you are
가장 먼 곳
the bottom of the garden
from the bottom of my, your, etc. heart very sincerely
진심으로
When I said I loved you, I meant it from the bottom of my heart.
(Definition of bottom from the Cambridge English-Korean Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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