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bottom /ˈbɒtəm $ ˈbɑː-/ noun
bottom adjective

بنیان نهادن ، ذیل ، قسمت زیر اب کشتی ، مقر ، پایه ، ته ، زیر ، پایین ، کشتی ، کف ، تحتانی ، علوم مهندسی: ته انداختن ، عمران: کف نهر ، معماری: پایین ، بازرگانی: با پایین ترین نرخ تنزیل کردن ، ورزش: قسمت اخر بازی بیس بال ، علوم نظامی: کف تفنگ ، علوم دریایی: - seabed
- lowest part, base, bed, depths, floor, foot, foundation
- underside, lower side, sole, underneath
- buttocks, backside, behind (informal), posterior, rear, rump, seat
- lowest, last
Antonyms: top
Contrasted words: acme, apex, cap, crest, crown, tip, upper, pinnacle, zenith
Related Words: belly, underbelly, underbody, base, floor, foot, ground, basement, end, low
English Thesaurus: the bottom, the underneath/the underside, base, the foot, bed, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

a humorous character who is changed into a donkey in Shakespeare’s play AMIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. bottom1 S1 W3 /ˈbɒtəm $ ˈbɑː-/ noun
[Language: Old English; Origin: botm]

1. LOWEST PART the bottom the lowest part of something Antonym : the top
the bottom of
Can you hold the bottom of the ladder for me?
at the bottom (of something)
Grandma was standing at the bottom of the stairs.
at the bottom of the page
Go downstairs and wait for me at the bottom.
the bottom of the page/screen
There should be a menu bar at the bottom of your screen.

2. LOWEST SIDE [countable usually singular] the flat surface on the lowest side of an object
the bottom of something
What’s that on the bottom of your shoe?

3. LOWEST INNER PART [countable usually singular] the lowest inner surface of something such as a container
at/in the bottom of something
I found the keys – they were at the bottom of my handbag.
The drugs had been hidden in a suitcase with a false bottom.

4. LOWEST SOCIAL POSITION/RANK the bottom the lowest position in an organization or company Antonym : the top
the bottom of
The Giants are at the bottom of the league.
the bottom of the ladder/pile/heap (=the lowest position in society, an organization etc)
Immigrants were at the bottom of the pile.
Higgins had started at the bottom (=in a low position in a company) and worked his way up to become managing director.
second/third etc from bottom
United currently lie second from bottom of the Premier League.

5. OCEAN/RIVER the bottom the ground under a sea, river etc, or the flat land in a valley
the bottom of
The bottom of the pool is very slippery.
at/on the bottom (of something)
A body was found at the bottom of the canal.
the sea/river bottom
fish living on the sea bottom

6. BODY [countable] the part of your body that you sit on Synonym : backside:
I just sat on my bottom and slid down.

7. CLOTHES [countable usually plural] the part of a set of clothes that you wear on the lower part of your body:
pyjama bottoms
a blue bikini bottom

8. FURTHEST PART the bottom of a road/garden etc especially British English the part of a road, area of land etc that is furthest from where you are:
There’s a shop at the bottom of the street.

9. get to the bottom of something to find out the cause of a problem or situation:
I never got to the bottom of this!

10. be/lie at the bottom of something to be the basic cause of a problem or situation:
Lack of money is at the bottom of many family problems.

11. be at/hit/reach rock bottom
a) to be in a very bad situation that could not be any worse:
I was at rock bottom, and knew I had to try and stop drinking.
b) to be at a very low level:
We bought the house when prices were at rock bottom.

12. from the bottom of your heart in a very sincere way:
Thank you from the bottom of my heart.

13. the bottom drops/falls out of the market when people stop buying a particular product, so that the people who sell it can no longer make any money

14. bottoms up! spoken used to tell someone to enjoy or finish their alcoholic drink

15. big-bottomed/round-bottomed etc having a bottom or base that is big, round etc

16. at bottom formal the way a person or situation really is, although they may seem different:
She’s a good kind person at bottom.
you can bet your bottom dollar at bet1(4), ⇒ knock the bottom out of at knock1(25), ⇒ from top to bottom at top1(21), ⇒ the bottom of the list at list1(2), ⇒ scrape the bottom of the barrel at scrape1(5)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. bottom2 S1 W3 adjective

1. [only before noun] in the lowest place or position Antonym : top:
It’s on the bottom shelf.
The towels are in the bottom drawer.
You’ve got some butter on your bottom lip.
the bottom right-hand corner of the page

2. [not before noun] the least important, successful etc Antonym : top:
I was bottom of the class (=the least successful student) in Spanish.
Britain came bottom on efforts to tackle pollution and global warming.

3. [only before noun] especially British English in the place furthest away from where you are:
the bottom field

4. bottom gear the lowest gear of a vehicle

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

III. bottom3 verb
bottom out phrasal verb
if a situation, price etc bottoms out, it stops getting worse or lower, usually before improving again ⇒ level off/out:
There are signs that the recession has bottomed out.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. lowest part of sth
ADJ. false a case with a false bottom
VERB + BOTTOM arrive at, fall to, get to, reach, sink to He reached the bottom of the steps in no time. The boat sank to the bottom of the sea.
touch She could only just touch the bottom (= of a swimming pool, etc.).
BOTTOM + NOUN end, half
PREP. along the ~ We rode along the bottom of the valley.
at the ~ at the bottom of the hill
from the ~ strange sounds from the bottom of the well
in the ~ in the bottom of my bag
on the ~ on the bottom of the box
near/towards the ~ near the bottom of the page

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

II. least important position
VERB + BOTTOM start at, work up from He started at the bottom and worked his way up through the company.
PREP. at the ~, near/towards the ~ He's near the bottom of the class.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

III. part of the body
ADJ. bare

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

IV. basic cause of sth/truth about sth
VERB + BOTTOM be at, lie at I'd love to know what lies at the bottom of all this.
get to The only way to get to the bottom of it is to confront the chairman.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

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[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors

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