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underground

US [ˈʌndərˌɡraʊnd]
UK [ˌʌndə(r)ˈɡraʊnd]
  • n.地下;地铁;地下组织;先锋运动
  • adj.地下的;隐蔽的;先锋派的;地下组织的
  • adv.在地下;不公开地
  • Web秘密的;地下铁;地下狂飙
Plural Form:undergrounds  
Underground
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adj.
1.
地下的;地面以下的under the surface of the ground
underground passages/caves/streams
地下通道╱洞穴╱溪流
underground cables
地下电缆
2.
秘密的,非法的,暗中的,地下的(尤指反政府的)operating secretly and often illegally, especially against a government
an underground resistance movement
地下抵抗运动
adv.
1.
在地下;在地面下under the surface of the ground
Rescuers found victims trapped several feet underground.
营救人员发现有受难者被困在地下几英尺处。
toxic waste buried deep underground
深埋在地下的有毒废弃物
2.
隐蔽地;隐匿地in or into a secret place in order to hide from the police, the government, etc.
He went underground to avoid arrest.
他隐藏起来以防被捕。
n.
1.
[sing]
(城市的)地下铁路系统,地铁an underground railway/railroad system in a city
underground stations
地铁车站
the London Underground
伦敦地铁
I always travel by underground.
我总是乘地铁。
2.
[singspv]
秘密政治组织;(反政府)地下组织a secret political organization, usually working against the government of a country

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