directly under

adv. 直下に

English-Japanese new dictionary. 2007.

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  • under-sheriff — An officer who acts directly under the sheriff, and performs all the duties of the sheriffs office, a few only excepted where the personal presence of the high sheriff is necessary. See Delfelder v. Teton Land and Investment Co., 46 Wyo. 142, 24… …   Black's law dictionary

  • Directly elected mayors in the United Kingdom — Directly elected mayors are council leaders elected by the general electorate of a council area for local government, instead of being appointed by members of a local authority, which is common in the United Kingdom. The Elected Mayor is elected… …   Wikipedia

  • under — ► PREPOSITION 1) extending or directly below. 2) below or behind (something covering or protecting). 3) at a lower level, layer, or grade than. 4) lower than (a specified amount, rate, or norm). 5) expressing submission or subordination. 6) as… …   English terms dictionary

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  • 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

  • Directly Operated Railways — Type Holding company Industry Rail transport Founded 2009 Headquarte …   Wikipedia

  • under someone's nose — under someone’s nose phrase if something happens under your nose, it happens in a place or situation where you should notice it, but you do not They were dealing drugs right under the noses of the police. Thesaurus: clear to the sensessynonym… …   Useful english dictionary

  • directly essential to production — Under the Fair Labor Standards Act covering an employee in an occupation closely related and directly essential to the production of goods for commerce, the employee s work need not be indispensable to production. General Electric Co. v Porter,… …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • under someone's nose — ► under someone s nose informal directly in front of someone. Main Entry: ↑nose …   English terms dictionary

  • under one's nose — directly in front of someone, not hard to find …   English contemporary dictionary

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