undersurface
I. noun Date: 1733 underside II. adjective Date: circa 1934 existing or moving below the surface

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  • undersurface — [un′dərsʉr΄fis] n. UNDERSIDE …   English World dictionary

  • UnderSurface — Infobox Book name = UnderSurface title orig = translator = image caption = author = Mitch Cullin illustrator = Peter I. Chang cover artist = country = language = series = subject = genre = publisher = The Permanent Press pub date = September 2002 …   Wikipedia

  • undersurface — /un deuhr serr fis/, n. 1. underside; bottom surface. adj. 2. submerged; under the surface, as of water, earth, etc.: the undersurface speed of a submarine. [1725 35; UNDER + SURFACE] * * * …   Universalium

  • undersurface — noun The underneath surface; the bottom, or underside …   Wiktionary

  • undersurface — (Roget s Thesaurus II) noun A side or surface that is below or under: bottom, underneath, underside. See OVER …   English dictionary for students

  • undersurface — n. underside, lower surface …   English contemporary dictionary

  • undersurface — noun the lower or under surface of something …   English new terms dictionary

  • undersurface — un•der•sur•face [[t]ˈʌn dərˌsɜr fɪs[/t]] n. a bottom surface; underside …   From formal English to slang

  • undersurface — /ˈʌndəsɜfəs/ (say unduhserfuhs) noun the surface of the lower part of something; the surface that faces downwards …   Australian English dictionary

  • undersurface — n. the lower or under surface …   Useful english dictionary

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