below in the Oxford-Hachette French Dictionary

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I.below [Brit bɪˈləʊ, Am bəˈloʊ] PREP When below is used as a preposition to talk about the physical position of something, it is most often translated by au-dessous de: the apartment below mine = l'appartement au-dessous du mien; below the knee = au-dessous du genou.
The most notable exceptions are for the expressions below the ground and below the surface, when sous is used: sous le sol, sous la surface.
For other prepositional uses of below and for adverbial uses see the entry below.

6. below (unworthy of) → beneath

II.below [Brit bɪˈləʊ, Am bəˈloʊ] ADV

See also beneath

I.beneath [Brit bɪˈniːθ, Am bəˈniθ] PREP When used as a preposition (= under), beneath is translated by au-dessous de: beneath his feet = au-dessous de ses pieds. When used as an adverb, beneath is translated by en dessous: the trees beneath = les arbres en dessous. For particular and figurative usages see below.

II.beneath [Brit bɪˈniːθ, Am bəˈniθ] ADV

go below VERB [Brit ɡəʊ -, Am ɡoʊ -] (gen)

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Translations for below in the English»French Dictionary (Go to French»English)

I.below [bɪˈləʊ, Am -ˈloʊ] PREP

II.below [bɪˈləʊ, Am -ˈloʊ] ADV

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