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Bottom

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English

bottom
ADJ

bottom
ADJ

bottom
ADJ

bottom
N

bottom
N

bottom
N

bottom
N

bottom
N

bottom
N

bottom
N

parte inferior
NM
bottom
N

NM
fondo
bottom
N

bottom
N

bottom of a hoof
N


rock-bottom
ADJ

rock-bottom
ADJ


bottom lift
N

bottom line
N

bottom line
N

bottom line
N

bottom sheet
N

bottom view
N


punto muerto inferior
bottom of stroke


to get to the bottom of something
V

to break the bottom of
V

to knock in the bottom of
V

desfondar
V
to knock the bottom out of
V

llegar al fondo de algo
V
to get to the bottom of something
V

to scrape the bottom of the barrel
V

to sink to the bottom
V

más bajo
ADJ
rock-bottom
ADJ

al fin y al cabo
the bottom line is

al fondo del mar
at the bottom of the sea

from the bottom of one's heart

the bottom line is

en el fondo
at bottom

the bottom line is

the bottom line is

The bottom line is

He's hit rock bottom.

lo fundamental
the bottom line


sin fondo
ADJ
bottomless
ADJ

bottomless
ADJ

bottomless
ADJ


big-bottomed
ADJ

flat-bottomed basket
N

flat-bottomed boat
N

This car bottoms out on the speed bumps.

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English Definitions

bottom
N
the lower side of anything
bottom
N
the lowest part of anything
bottom
N
the fleshy part of the human body that you sit on
bottom
N
the second half of an inning; while the home team is at bat
bottom
N
a depression forming the ground under a body of water
bottom
N
low-lying alluvial land near a river
bottom
N
a cargo ship
bottom
V
provide with a bottom or a seat
bottom
V
strike the ground, as with a ship's bottom
bottom
V
come to understand
bottom
situated at the bottom or lowest position
bottom
the lowest rank
bottom dog
N
a person of low status
bottom feeder
N
an opportunist who profits from the misfortunes of others
N
a slow kind of alcoholic fermentation at a temperature low enough that the yeast cells can sink to the bottom of the fermenting liquid; used in the production of lager
N
brewer's yeast used in bottom fermentation of lager
bottom fish
N
fish that live on the sea bottom (particularly the commercially important gadoid fish like cod and haddock, or flatfish like flounder)
bottom line
N
the last line in an audit; the line that shows profit or loss
bottom line
N
the decisive point
bottom lurkers
N
a fish that lurks on the bottom of a body of water
bottom of the inning
N
the second half of an inning; while the home team is at bat
bottom out
V
reach the low point
bottom out
V
hit the ground
bottom quark
N
a quark with a charge of -1/3 and a mass about 10,000 times that of an electron
bottom rot
N
fungous disease of lettuce that first rots lower leaves and spreads upward
bottom rot fungus
N
fungus causing bottom rot in lettuce
bottom round
N
cut from the round; suitable for pot roast
bottom-dweller
N
a fish that lives and feeds on the bottom of a body of water
bottom-dwelling
of or relating to fish and marine life that dwell on the bottom of a body of water
bottom-feeder
N
a scavenger that feeds low on the food chain
bottom-feeder
N
a fish that lives and feeds on the bottom of a body of water
bottom-feeding
of or relating to fish and marine life that feed on the bottom of a body of water
bottom-up
of an approach to a problem that begins with details and works up to the highest conceptual level
bottomed
having a bottom of a specified character
N
low-lying alluvial land near a river
bottomless
extremely deep
bottomless
having no bottom
bottomless
having no apparent limits or bounds
bottomless
unclothed especially below the waist or featuring such nudeness
N
the property of being very deep; without limit
farthest down
English Definitions from WordNet 3.0
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