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The lower or under surface of something.
underside, lower side, underneath, undercarriage, underpart, belly, underbellyView synonyms
- ‘By pulling up, the pilot may be able to protect more vulnerable parts of the aircraft such as the canopy or engines by taking a strike on the undersurface of the aircraft.’
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