beneathprepositionuk /bɪˈniːθ/ us /bɪˈniːθ/
beneath preposition (BELOW)
- As the wind increased, the deck of the ship began to heave beneath his feet.
- The water is some 20 to 30 metres beneath the ground.
- They went down into catacombs beneath the church.
- I heard a massive explosion and the ground shuddered beneath me.
- The table has a plastic coating which prevents liquids from permeating into the wood beneath.
beneath preposition (NOT GOOD ENOUGH)