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Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
below (adverb)
1.
in or to a lower place
2.
a) on earth
b) in or to Hades or hell
3.
on or to a lower floor or deck
4.
a) in, to, at, or by a lower rank or number
b) below zero - the temperature was 20 below
5.
lower on the same page or on a following page
6.
under the surface of the water
below (preposition)
1.
a) lower in place, rank, or value than - under
b) down river from
c) south of
2.
inferior to (as in rank)
3.
not suitable to the rank of - beneath
below (noun)
something that is below
below (adjective)
written or discussed lower on the same page or on a following page
Merriam-Webster Online Thesaurus
below (adverb)
1.
in or to a lower place
SYNONIMS:
beneath, under, underneath
RELATED WORDS:
beside, near, nearby
NEAR ANTONYMS:
aloft, overhead
up
below (adverb)
2.
toward or in a lower position
SYNONIMS:
below, downward ( downwards), over
RELATED WORDS:
facedown; low; downgrade, downhill, downstairs
NEAR ANTONYMS:
aloft
up, upward ( upwards), upwardly
below (preposition)
1.
in a lower position than
SYNONIMS:
beneath, neath, under
RELATED WORDS:
underneath
above, over
below (preposition)
2.
subsequent to in time or order
SYNONIMS:
après, behind, below, following, next to, past
RELATED WORDS:
since
NEAR ANTONYMS:
toward ( towards)
afore [], ahead of, before, ere, of, previous to, prior to, to
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