Greater than and Under

Greater than

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Under adverb – In or to a lower place.
Greater than is an antonym for under.
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  • The title Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea is often assumed to mean the depth at which the Nautilus travels, which is problematic since this is greater than the diameter of the Earth.
  • Useful Notes / The Sun And yes, you see it every (cloudless) day (unless you are living on a latitude greater than 66.7° North or South), so unless you are literally living under a rock and never leave, you must be kind of familiar with it.
  • Willfully Weak: In Round 2, Bobu pondered if Ricco was this during the climax, given that he exhibits raw power greater than what he normally has under duress.
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Under or Greater than. 2016. Accessed January 24, 2021.

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