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lower

adjective
 
 
/ˈləʊər/
being the bottom part of something: I've got a pain in my lower back. She bit her lower lip.Under and below
Translations of “lower”
in Korean 아래의…
in Arabic أكْثَر اِنْخِفاضًا…
in Portuguese inferior, mais baixo…
in Catalan inferior, de baix…
in Japanese 下部の…
in Italian inferiore…
in Chinese (Traditional) 下麵的, 底部的,底層的…
in Russian нижний…
in Turkish daha aşağıda/düşük, alt…
in Chinese (Simplified) 下面的, 底部的,底层的…
in Polish dolny…
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