directly below

adv. 真下に

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  • directly — [[t]daɪre̱ktli, dɪr [/t]] 1) ADV: ADV prep/adv If something is directly above, below, or in front of something, it is in exactly that position. The second rainbow will be bigger than the first, and directly above it... There, directly below me,… …   English dictionary

  • below — be|low W2S2 [bıˈləu US ˈlou] adv, prep [Date: 1300 1400; Origin: LOW1] 1.) in a lower place or position, or on a lower level ≠ ↑above ▪ an animal that lives below ground ▪ Water was dripping onto the floor below. ▪ I could hear voices in the… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • below — [[t]bɪlo͟ʊ[/t]] ♦♦ 1) PREP If something is below something else, it is in a lower position. He appeared from the apartment directly below Leonard s... The path runs below a long brick wall... The sun had already sunk below the horizon... The boat …   English dictionary

  • directly - direct — Directly is most commonly used to say that something does not involve an intermediate stage or action, or another person. They denied having negotiated directly or indirectly with the terrorists. They have their cash directly from the government …   Useful english dictionary

  • below the line — beˌlow the ˈline , below the line adjective 1. ACCOUNTING relating to profits after exceptional (= profits and losses that are made in a particular period of time but do not occur regularly) have been taken into account: • Provisions on doubtful… …   Financial and business terms

  • below-the-line — UK US (also below the line) adjective ► MARKETING relating to advertising, such as trade shows and direct mail, which communicate more directly with customers and are less expensive than television and newspaper advertising: »below the line… …   Financial and business terms

  • below — below, beneath, under These three words appear to be synonymous, but many contexts call for one in preference to another. Beneath is somewhat more literary in use. Under in its physical sense is rather more literal than the other two: under the… …   Modern English usage

  • below the line — In a position in an *income statement that does not directly affect *net income. The line is the point in the income statement that separates items that determine net income from items that determine *funding and the *distribution of net income.… …   Auditor's dictionary

  • Below The Line Advertising — In general, an advertising strategy in which a product is promoted in mediums other than radio, television, billboards, print, film and the internet. Types of below the line advertising commonly include direct mail campaigns, trade shows and… …   Investment dictionary

  • under - below - beneath — ◊ under Under is almost always used as a preposition. You use under to say that one thing is at a lower level than another, and that the other thing is directly above it. For example, you might say that an object on the floor is under a table or… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Down Below — may refer to: Down Below , a song by Pantera from their 1985 album I Am the Night, and their 1988 album Power Metal Down Below (album), a 2004 album by Steve Zing Down Below (band), a German band This disambiguation page lists articles associated …   Wikipedia

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