bottom

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  • It is however, a top-down architecture with a bottom up design.
  • Plays must read either left-right or top-bottom.
  • An object will move from the top left corner of the frame to the bottom right corner.
  • A shallow section may also be cut out from the bottom surface of each wing.
  • Information such as unit health and status changes are displayed on the black field across the bottom.
  • He is the top, middle and bottom of it.
  • It has a smooth bottom that allows it to turn over the surface of the water.
  • What could any one want with two men who had nothing but a flat-bottomed boat? Cited from Through the Grand Canyon from Wyoming to Mexico, by E. L. Kolb
  • This bottom up model of structure formation requires something like cold dark matter to succeed.
  • These are gradually released over a period of days, either from top to bottom or from bottom to top.
  • In deep marine environments, the water current over the sea bottom is small.
  • Nero designed a ship that would open at the bottom while at sea.
  • In the software development process, the top-down and bottom-up approaches play a key role.
  • The top half of the disk is red, the bottom half is white.
  • They went to the shore where their little flat-bottomed boat was drawn up. Cited from The Web of Life, by Robert Herrick
  • Both top-down and bottom-up approaches exist in public health.
  • Investors can use either a top-down or bottom-up approach.
  • The team ranked last or near the bottom in almost every offensive category.
  • A few live in the open ocean while the rest find or make hiding places on the bottom.
  • Usually the bottom of a main valley is broad - independent of the U or V shape.
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Meaning of bottom

  • noun The lower side of anything
  • noun The lowest part of anything
    they started at the bottom of the hill
  • noun The second half of an inning; while the home team is at bat
  • noun A cargo ship
    they did much of their overseas trade in foreign bottoms
  • verb Provide with a bottom or a seat
    bottom the chairs
  • verb Strike the ground, as with a ship's bottom
  • adjective Situated at the bottom or lowest position
    the bottom drawer