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bottom

noun
 
 
/ˈbɒtəm/
LOWEST PART [C] A1 the lowest part of something
нижняя часть, низ
[usually singular] Click on the icon at the bottom of the page.Words meaning parts of things
FLAT SURFACE [C] A2 the flat surface on the lowest side of something
дно, днище
[usually singular] There was a price tag on the bottom of the box.Under and below
LOWEST POSITION [no plural] A2 the lowest position in a group, organization, etc
худший, "хвост"
He got bad exam marks and is at the bottom of the class.Classifying and creating order
SEA/RIVER ETC [no plural] B1 the ground under a river, lake, or sea
дно (реки, озера, моря)
Divers found the wreck on the bottom of the ocean.Parts of watercourses
FURTHEST PART [no plural] B1 the part of a road or area of land that is furthest from where you are
конец
Go to the bottom of the road and turn left.Range and limits
PART OF THE BODY [C] B1 the part of your body that you sit on
зад
The buttocks
be at the bottom of sth to be the cause of a problem or situation
быть причиной чего-либо
Reasons and explanations
get to the bottom of sth to discover the truth about a situation
добираться до сути
→  See also rock bottom , from top to bottom Solving and solutions
(Definition of bottom noun from the Cambridge English-Russian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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