underside


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Synonyms for underside

bottom

Synonyms for underside

a side or surface that is below or under

Synonyms for underside

the lower side of anything

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The weapons were found, wrapped in black plastic tape, attached to the underside of the van by magnets.
Any moisture that accumulates on the underside of the roof sheathing (the "first" condensing surface) is able to pass through ("flow through") the sheathing and the roofing felt into the air gap under the tile roof and be vented away.
The result was on one property the rafters were starting to go green mouldy, in another the galvanised metal nail plates which hold the sections of the trussed rafters together were starting to corrode and break down, while the third was experiencing damp staining to the ceiling beneath where the condensing moisture had been running down the underside of the felt, dripping on to the insulation and soaking down to the plasterboard ceiling.
Durham Police said it hit the underside of a railway bridge causing the top of the bus to come off.
Start at the roof, working your way down and around the car, paying particular attention to door undersides and sills.
Ball managed to get Rovers onto the score sheet on 81 minutes, when he again hit the underside of the bar but this time it counted.
ECO Scott Daly was close by and was the first to arrive, He found the girl at the midway point of the underside of the bridge.
The grid on the underside of the DRIcore panel lifts the wood core off of the concrete, creating an airspace between the cold concrete and finished floor.
Special table reinforcing is installed and the underside of the table can be easily cleaned.
Grossman's book explores "the underside of high-tech" from manufacturing plant to end-of-life disposal.
A plate on the underside of the bee's abdomen, which modern ground-dwelling bees use to pack soil as they burrow, hints that the species lived underground.
They use permanent magnets--high-density ceramic or optional rare earth magnets--to separate ferrous debris from wood material by holding the tramp iron and embedded metal scrap against the conveyor belt and allowing it to fall away from the underside of the conveyor after the clean wood products have been discharged.
What you should do is bleed condensation from the radar by squeezing the two drain plugs that protrude on the underside of the dome to release condensation.
First and second opposite garment attachment panels, extend downward and inward from an underside of the absorbent pad adjacent to the side edges.
If the underside of the bottom is unfinished, use wood glue.