Definition of below the ground in English:

below (the) ground

Beneath the surface of the ground: 60 feet below ground
More example sentences
  • The finished museum, with five storeys above ground and one storey below ground, will resemble a huge ship.
  • Working off the ground, below the ground, or with powerful tools and equipment is dangerous work.
  • Yes, in fact here in Perth they already drain it straight into what we call the aquifer which is where the ground water is situated below ground.
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