EnglishEdit

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From under- +‎ side

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underside (plural undersides)

  1. The side that is below or underneath, the bottom.
    • 2016 January 23, Michael Emons, “Crystal Palace 1–3 Tottenham”, in (Please provide the book title or journal name)[1], BBC Sport:
      The Eagles then hit the woodwork twice in a matter of seconds as Scott Dann headed Jason Puncheon's free-kick against the underside of the bar, before substitute Mile Jedinak also hit the crossbar with a shot on the turn.

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Norwegian BokmålEdit

EtymologyEdit

From under- +‎ side

NounEdit

underside f or m (definite singular undersida or undersiden, indefinite plural undersider, definite plural undersidene)

  1. underside

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Norwegian NynorskEdit

EtymologyEdit

From under- +‎ side

NounEdit

underside f (definite singular undersida, indefinite plural undersider, definite plural undersidene)

  1. underside

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