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Translation of "under" - English-Spanish dictionary

under

preposition   /ˈʌn·dər/
A1 below something debajo (de) She pushed her bag under the table.
A2 less than a number, amount, or age menos de You can buy the whole system for just under $2,000.
prefix   /ʌn·dər-/
not enough insuficientemente undercooked potatoes
below debajo de underwear
(Definition of under from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

under

preposition /ˈandə/
in or to a position lower than, or covered by debajo, bajo Your pencil is under the chair Strange plants grow under the sea.
less than, or lower in rank than menor de, (de) menos de Children under five should not cross the street alone You can do the job in under an hour.
subject to the authority of a las órdenes (de) As a foreman, he has about fifty workers under him.
used to express various states bajo The fort was under attack The business improved under the new management The matter is under consideration/discussion.
under- prefix
beneath. sub- underline.
too little. sub-, mal underpay
lower in rank sub- the under-manager.
less in age than de menos de, menores de a nursery for under-fives (= children aged four and under).
(Definition of under from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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