Meaning of BOTTOM in English

I. noun Etymology: Middle English botme, from Old English botm; akin to Old High German bodam ~, Latin fundus, Greek pythmēn Date: before 12th century 1. the underside of something, a surface (as the seat of a chair) designed to support something resting on it, the posterior end of the trunk ; buttocks, rump , the surface on which a body of water lies, 3. the part of a ship's hull lying below the water, boat , ship , 4. the lowest part or place , the remotest or inmost point, the lowest or last place in point of precedence , the part of a garment worn on the lower part of the body, the last half of an inning of baseball, the bass or baritone instruments of a band, ~land , basis , source , capacity (as of a horse) to endure strain, a foundation color applied to textile fibers before dyeing, a fundamental quark that accounts for the existence and lifetime of upsilon particles and has an electric charge of - 1/3 and a measured energy of approximately 5 GeV, ~ed adjective II. verb Date: 1520 transitive verb to furnish with a ~, to provide a foundation for, to bring to the ~, to get to the ~ of, intransitive verb to become based, to reach the ~, to reach a point where a decline is halted or reversed, ~er noun III. adjective Date: 1561 of, relating to, or situated at the ~ , frequenting the ~

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