underground

 
underground
Noun
1. (railway system) (United Kingdom) 
a. el metro (M) 
b. el subte (M) (River Plate) 
2. (resistance movement) 
a. la resistencia (clandestina) (F) 
adjective
3. (cables, passage) 
a. subterráneo(a) 
4. (movement, newspaper) 
a. clandestino(a) 
adverb
5. (to work, live) 
a. bajo tierra 
6. (fig) 
to go undergroundpasar a la clandestinidad
underground [ˈʌndəɡraʊnd]
adjective
1 [+building, cave, mine] subterráneo
an underground car park un parking subterráneo
2 [+newspaper, movement] clandestino
3 (alternative) [+film, magazine, artist, culture] underground
adverb
1 (under the ground) bajo tierra
moles live underground los topos viven bajo tierra; it's six feet underground está a seis pies bajo tierra
2 (into hiding)
to go underground (hide) esconderse; (Pol) pasar a la clandestinidad
noun
1 (Britain) (railway) metro (m); subterráneo (m); (Arg) subte (m) (informal); (Arg)
2 (Mil) resistencia (f) clandestina; (Pol) movimiento (m) clandestino; (Art) arte (m) marginal or underground

underground

 
underground
adjective
1. (general) 
a. underground 
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