English version

nether

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishnetherneth‧er /ˈneðə $ -ər/ adjective [only before noun] literary  DOWNlower down – often used humorously exploring the nether regions of East Sussex
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netherStrange noises in the nether regions have given this awesome place its name.A cavalier attitude to purdah was one thing; for a woman to be seen exposing her nether regions quite another.Our Tom lets Coffey put his hand on his nether regions to cure his urinary infection!Other covers in the nether regions will feature top columnists and stories from around the country.Both waders immediately filled and I caught my breath as freezing April waters began to stimulate sensitive nether regions.All of us have our underworld and nether world creatures with whom we carry on some inner conversation.nether regionsBoth waders immediately filled and I caught my breath as freezing April waters began to stimulate sensitive nether regions.Strange noises in the nether regions have given this awesome place its name.Had Jackson finally been banished to the nether regions of the gossip columns?A cavalier attitude to purdah was one thing; for a woman to be seen exposing her nether regions quite another.Our Tom lets Coffey put his hand on his nether regions to cure his urinary infection!Other covers in the nether regions will feature top columnists and stories from around the country.
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