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  • Under this title the book became famous in the English-speaking world.
  • Sometimes direct support units are placed under command of the regiment/brigade they support.
  • Some were operated by the artillery branch but under command of the supported unit.
  • Soon after this period he appears to have been constantly employed under his grandfather.
  • These are the families given under "including" in the list above.
  • Many women fought on the Soviet side, or were under fire.
  • The drive capacity was usually stated under conditions of full track record blocking.
  • Other stories, though, suggest the meeting happened on another day, and perhaps under other circumstances.
  • The book later published under that title incorporates little of this material.
  • When a king is in a square under attack, it is said to be in check.
  • He escaped and continued to fight under the British army.
  • It could also be that he became more active in the church under his wife's guidance.
  • Outside doctors can feel under pressure from care home staff.
  • Several other drugs are also used and many are under investigation.
  • Under the terms of the agreement, the two leagues would hold a common player draft.
  • A business-driven variation has sometimes led to the same feature continuing under a different name.
  • The two most common forms of a non-mechanical release are split-finger and three-under.
  • Several examples are in popular use today and new hybrid techniques are under development.
  • The animals remain convinced that they are better off than they were under Mr. Jones.
  • There he remained under what he considered to be imprisonment.
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Meaning of under

  • adverb Down to defeat, death, or ruin
    their competitors went under
  • adverb Through a range downward
    children six and under will be admitted free
  • adverb Into unconsciousness
    this will put the patient under
  • adverb In or into a state of subordination or subjugation
    we must keep our disappointment under
  • adverb Below some quantity or limit
    fifty dollars or under
  • adverb Below the horizon
    the sun went under
  • adverb Down below
    get under quickly!
  • adverb Further down
    see under for further discussion