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Spanish translation of “beneath”

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beneath

preposition /biˈniːθ/
in a lower position than; under; below
bajo, debajo (de)
He hid the stolen cash beneath the floorboards She was wearing a pink dress beneath her coat.
not worthy of
no valer la pena
It is beneath my dignity to do that.
Translations of “beneath”
in French sous, au-dessous de…
in German unter…
in Chinese (Traditional) 在下麵, 在…下方, 到…下方…
in Chinese (Simplified) 在下面, 在…下方, 到…下方…
(Definition of beneath from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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