Definitions for underwaterˈʌn dərˈwɔ tər, -ˈwɒt ər
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
un•der•wa•terˈʌn dərˈwɔ tər, -ˈwɒt ər(adj.)
existing or occurring under water.
designed to be used under water.
located below a ship's waterline.
(adv.)beneath the water:
to travel underwater.
(n.)the water beneath the surface.
underwaters, the depths, as of a sea or lake.
Origin of underwater:
submerged, submersed, underwater(adj)
beneath the surface of the water
subaqueous, subaquatic, submerged, submersed, underwater(adj)
growing or remaining under water
"viewing subaqueous fauna from a glass-bottomed boat"; "submerged leaves"
underlying water or body of water, for example in an aquifer or the deep ocean
A type of lure which lies beneath the water surface.
to water or irrigate insufficiently
beneath the surface of the water, or of or pertaining to the region beneath the water surface
beneath the water line of a vessel
having negative equity; owing more on an asset than its market value
We've been underwater on our mortgage ever since the housing crash.