under 英 [ˈʌndə(r)] 美 [ˈʌndɚ]
prep. 低于，少于；在...之下 adv. 在下面；在下方 adj. 下面的；从属的
- prep. 低于，少于；在...之下
- adv. 在下面；在下方
- adj. 下面的；从属的
1. They live under the rocks.
2. Have you looked under the bed?
3. It took us under an hour.
4. The hotel is still under construction.
5. The wall collapsed under the strain.
6. children aged 12 and under
- under (prep., adv.) Old English under (prep.) "beneath, among, before, in the presence of, in subjection to, under the rule of, by means of," also, as an adverb, "beneath, below, underneath," expressing position with reference to that which is above, from Proto-Germanic *under- (source also of Old Frisian under, Dutch onder, Old High German untar, German unter, Old Norse undir, Gothic undar), from PIE *ndher- "under" (source also of Sanskrit adhah "below;" Avestan athara- "lower;" Latin infernus "lower," infra "below").