From a higher to a lower situation; downward; down, to or on the ground
below / bəloʊ /
Sinonimi: at a lower place · to a lower place · beneath · infra
1. In or to a place that is lower; SYN. at a lower place, to a lower place, beneath.
2. At a later place.
3. (In writing) See below; see in the following pages; SYN. infra.
beneath / bəniːθ /
1. Lower in place, with something directly over or on; under; underneath; hence, at the foot of.
2. Under, in relation to something that is superior, or that oppresses or burdens.
3. Lower in rank, dignity, or excellence than; Hence: Unworthy of; unbecoming.
ETYM For older adown, AS. adôn, adône, prop., from or off the hill. Related to Down, Adown, Adown.
1. Spatially or metaphorically from a higher to a lower level or position; SYN. downwards, downward, downwardly.
2. Away from a more central or a more northerly place.
3. From an earlier time.
4. In an inactive or inoperative state.
5. Paid in cash at time of purchase.
6. To a lower intensity.
downstairs / dɑːwnsterz /
Sinonimi: down the stairs · on a lower floor · below
On a floor below; SYN. down the stairs, on a lower floor, below.
1. Below some quantity or limit
2. Below the horizon
3. Down below
4. Down to defeat, death, or ruin
5. Further down; SYN. below.
6. In or into a state of subordination or subjugation
7. Into unconsciousness
8. Through a range downward
underneath / ʌndərniːθ /
ETYM Old Eng. undirnepe. Related to Under, and Beneath.
1. Beneath by way of support.
2. Lower down on the page.
3. On he lower or downward side.
4. Under or below an object or a surface.