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undergroundadjective

  • ja地下組織の、秘密の
  • enoperating secretly and often illegally, especially against a government

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You guys need money. I know how to get it.
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Let's start an underground casino.
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I'm on my way to an underground illegal poker game.
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Just stopped by to get my cash stash.
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Throughout the Central Valley,
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there's a thriving underground market in Mexican drugs.
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Botanicas, the natural remedy store found in most Mexican immigrant neighborhoods,
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often sell them.
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What if Alt Ivy isn't just some guy?
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What if it's a real underground society?
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Where is this circle-jerk gonna take place?
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- So, who's ready for this Q&A? - No, no. I really want the location.
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You know, it's kind of an underground thing.
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Email invites. Pretty secret.

Other meanings for underground...

undergroundadjective

  • ja地下の
  • enunder the surface of the ground
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You can dive, snorkel, cave,
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tube through an underground river.
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The underground chamber contains a portion of bread, water, milk, and oil.
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How's it going?
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It's me Rainn Wilson, secure in my underground bunker.
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Civil engineering made huge strides in tunnel building techniques over the course of the 19th century,
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starting with the world's first underground railways in London.
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We essentially find this underground library where the family made this hideout.
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In modern day Hong Kong,
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tall skyscrapers and underground infrastructure make it difficult for trees to grow.