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  1. underlay

    • v.
      place something under (something else), especially to support or raise it
    • n.
      something placed under or behind something else, especially material laid under a carpet for protection or support.;the manner in which the words are fitted to the notes in a piece of vocal music.
    • verb: underlay, 3rd person present: underlays, gerund or present participle: underlaying, past tense: underlaid, past participle: underlaid

    • noun: underlay

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    動詞

    • 1. place something under (something else), especially to support or raise it the green fields are underlaid with limestone a whine underlaid by an occasional choking sob

    名詞

    • 1. something placed under or behind something else, especially material laid under a carpet for protection or support.
    • the manner in which the words are fitted to the notes in a piece of vocal music.
    • v.
      be a significant cause or basis of (something) even if not necessarily manifest or obvious: the fundamental issue that underlies the conflict the fear of loss underlay his extreme jealousy

    Oxford Dictionary

    • v.
      be a significant cause or basis of (something) even if not necessarily manifest or obvious: the fundamental issue that underlies the conflict the fear of loss underlay his extreme jealousy

    Oxford American Dictionary

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    • v.
      place something under (something else), especially to support or raise it: the green fields are underlaid with limestone the synth arpeggios start, underlaid by a lovely theme on bass
    • n.
      something placed under or behind something else, especially material laid under a carpet for ... providing the proper underlay gives the carpet extra life a polka-dot skirt with net underlay

    Oxford Dictionary

    • IPA[ˌəndərˈlā]

    美式

    • v.
      past of underlie

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • IPA[ˌʌndəˈleɪ]

    英式

    • v.
      past of underlie

    Oxford Dictionary