thereunder O.E. þærunder; see THERE (Cf. there) + UNDER (Cf. under).

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  • Thereunder — There*un der, adv. Under that or this. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • thereunder — [ther un′dər, ther′un΄dər] adv. 1. under that; under it 2. under the terms stated there …   English World dictionary

  • thereunder — adverb under that (Freq. 1) the headings and the items listed thereunder • Syn: ↑under that, ↑under it …   Useful english dictionary

  • thereunder — adverb Date: before 12th century under that …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • thereunder — /dhair un deuhr/, adv. 1. under or beneath that. 2. under the authority of or in accordance with that. [bef. 900; ME therunder, OE thaerunder. See THERE, UNDER] * * * …   Universalium

  • thereunder — adverb under that; under it …   Wiktionary

  • thereunder — there|un|der [ðeərˈʌndə US ðerˈʌndər] adv formal 1.) under something that has just been mentioned 2.) according to a document, law, or part of an agreement that has just been mentioned …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • thereunder — there|un|der [ ðer ʌndər ] adverb LEGAL 1. ) according to a particular rule or law that has been mentioned 2. ) under something that has been mentioned …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • thereunder — there·un·der || ‚ðer ÊŒndÉ™(r) / ðeÉ™r adv. by this …   English contemporary dictionary

  • thereunder — adverb chiefly formal in accordance with the thing mentioned …   English new terms dictionary

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