Definition of Below

1. Adverb. In or to a place that is lower.

Exact synonyms: At A Lower Place, Beneath, To A Lower Place
Antonyms: Above



2. Adverb. At a later place. "See below"
Antonyms: Above

3. Adverb. (in writing) see below. "Vide infra"
Exact synonyms: Infra

4. Adverb. On a floor below. "The tenants live downstairs"

5. Adverb. Further down. "See under for further discussion"
Exact synonyms: Under

Definition of Below

1. prep. Under, or lower in place; beneath not so high; as, below the moon; below the knee.

2. adv. In a lower place, with respect to any object; in a lower room; beneath.

Definition of Below

1. Preposition. lower in spatial position than ¹

2. Preposition. lower in value than ¹

3. Preposition. downstream of ¹

4. Preposition. south of ¹

5. Preposition. unsuitable to the rank or dignity of ¹

6. Preposition. (context: stage directions) downstage of ¹

7. Adverb. in a lower place. ¹

8. Adverb. on a lower storey. ¹

9. Adverb. further down. ¹

10. Adverb. (nautical) on a lower deck. ¹

11. Adverb. (context: of a temperature) below zero. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Below

1. something that is beneath [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Below

belons
belord
belote
belotecan
belotte
belout
belov'd
belove
beloved
belovedness
beloveds
beloves
beloving
belovingly
belovite
below (current term)
below average
below decks
below par
below the belt
below the fold
below the salt
belowdecks
belowground
belows
belowstairs
beloxamide
beloxepin
bels
belsire

Literary usage of Below

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Oecd Economic Surveys 2006: Luxembourg by Oecd (2006)
"Education outcomes are below the OECD average Achievement is below the OECD average Luxembourg students scored below the OECD average in each of the ..."

2. Leaves of Grass by Walt Whitman (1921)
"THE WORLD below THE BRINE THE world below the brine, Forests at the bottom of the sea, the branches and leaves, Sea-lettuce, vast lichens, strange flowers ..."

3. Personal Memoirs of U.S. Grant by Ulysses Simpson Grant (1885)
"Some of the steamers that had got below were injured in their machinery, so that they were only useful as barges towed by those less severely injured. ..."

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