One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘the overcoat had two side pockets below the hips’
beneath, under, underneath, further down than, lower than
2‘they have an income below the national average’
less than, lower than, under, not as much as, not so much as, smaller than
informal shy of
above, more than
3‘the aristocracy ranked below the monarchy’
lower than, under, inferior to, subordinate to, secondary to, subservient to
subject to, controlled by, at the mercy of, under the heel of
1‘the balcony gave a good view of what was happening down below’
further down, lower down, in a lower position, underneath, beneath, downstairs
2‘please answer yes or no to the statements below’
underneath, following, further on, at a later point, in a later place, at the bottom, at the end
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