underground

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  • There are no significant surface water systems as they are almost all underground.
  • It continues to support local bands and has a large underground music scene.
  • The plans also set aside space for the railway line and an underground railway station.
  • It consists of a number of underground stations, as well as above-ground stations.
  • However, at the street level there was no water to be seen, as it was all underground.
  • Dublin has long been a city with a strong underground arts scene.
  • This does not include the London Underground and other systems not part of the national network.
  • Underground mining was described in this account, although it cannot be determined when it had started.
  • Modern technology has located and increased the availability of much of the underground water.
  • The station is an underground station, replacing the old ground level station.
  • This modern architecture structure houses the central market and an underground archaeological complex.
  • It became a hit in New York underground dance clubs and night clubs upon its release.
  • Over the years, many of these underground spaces have been filled or destroyed by subsequent development.
  • From the new building, direct access will be made to the platforms of the underground railway station.
  • They received a brief period of recognition in the European underground, but later became a minor act.
  • Records as an important connection between the ever-changing underground sounds of Chicago.
  • The well is about deep, with two underground chambers at its bottom.
  • This process has been conducted in both underground coal mines and in the production of town gas.
  • Many of them died underground, including those who died of numerous alleged poison gas attacks.
  • During those years, his music policy ranged from playing commercial to underground tracks, and much in between.
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Meaning of underground

  • noun A secret group organized to overthrow a government or occupation force
  • adverb In or into hiding or secret operation
    the organization was driven underground
  • adverb Beneath the surface of the earth
    water flowing underground