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underground /ˈʌndɚˌgraʊnd/  

  • adjective
    located or occurring below the surface of the earth
    underground parking garages
    an underground explosion - compare abovegroundinground
    always used before a noun :secret and usually illegal
    an underground deal
    The drugs are supplied through an underground network.
    always used before a noun :of, relating to, or produced in a social and artistic world that is different and separate from the main part of society
    She loves the city's underground music scene.
    underground newspapers/movies
    below the surface of the earth
    The wires run underground.
    animals that live underground
    in or into a place that is hidden or secret :out of the view of the public
    They had been living underground as fugitives.
    Brit :a system of trains that run below the ground in a large city :subway [singular]
    I've ridden on the New York subwaythe Paris Metroand the London Underground. [noncount]
    She commutes by underground.
    the underground :a group of people who secretly work to oppose or overthrow a government