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Under

Pronunciation of Under
/ˈʌndə/, /ˈʌndə/, /ˈʌ_n_d_ə/

Antonyms for under:

primary, up, dominant, above, high.

Synonyms for under:

Sense 1

downwards, smalltime, semiconscious, according to, depend on, undersea, deep, suspended animation, subterranean, downward, ascending, comatose, skyward, crusted, underfloor, age gap, stupor, heavenward, aged, headlong, fallen, encrusted, Caked, underlying, out-of-body experience, age bracket.

Sense 2

bouncy, age, downhill, secondary, subaltern, in, asleep, minor, uphill, clothed, down, minor league, upwards, timber, old, insufficient, thinly, senseless, insensible, trance, sunken, inadequate, scarce.

Sense 3

least, year, peer, contemporary, shy, deficient, unresponsive, not.

Sense 4

thickly, unconscious, lower.

Sense 5

at, petty, by, small.

Sense 6

wanting.

Sense 8

short.

Sense 11

thick, thin.

Sense 17

out.

beneath

underfoot.

incidental

accidental.

submarine

underwater.

subterranean

underground.

up on

on.

within

inside.

all (adjective)

nether.

inferior (adjective)

subservient, below, underling, subordinate, subject, dependent, inferior, second, junior, lesser.

less (adjective)

beneath, lower than, less, below.

lower (adjective)

lower.

subordinate (adjective)

bound, compliant, submissive, enslaved, constrained, unfranchised, dependent, junior, deferent, obedient, subjugated, subservient, enthralled, Subjected, subject, supine, servile, subordinate.

under (adverb)

below, underneath, beneath, lower than.

below (adverb)

beneath, downward, down, underneath, inferior, nether, lower.

secondary (adverb)

lesser, junior, dependent, obedient, subordinate, subjugated, subject, low, subservient.

under (adverb)

underneath.

Sense 2 (noun)

by, according to.

Sense 3 (noun)

deficient, insufficient, inadequate, wanting, scarce, shy, short.

Sense 4 (noun)

lower, aged, minor league, subaltern, secondary, old, peer, at, contemporary, petty, age gap, age bracket, smalltime, minor, age, small.

Sense 6 (noun)

comatose, out, semiconscious, asleep, unconscious.

Sense 7 (noun)

underfoot, underground, underlying, subterranean, underwater.

Sense 8 (noun)

encrusted, crusted, thinly, clothed, Caked, thickly.

inferior (noun)

nether.

under (noun)

low, low-level, nether, below, subordinate.

inferior (preposition)

beneath.

lower (preposition)

below.

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