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go below

To move below the main deck of a ship. Brr, I'm going below—it's too cold to be up here this morning.
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Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2015 Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved.

go below

to go beneath the main deck of a ship. (Nautical.) I will have to go below and fiddle with the engine. The captain went below to escape the worst of the storm.
See also: below, go
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Trelawney, being a very open-handed gentleman, as we all know, has just asked me a word or two, and as I was able to tell him that every man on board had done his duty, alow and aloft, as I never ask to see it done better, why, he and I and the doctor are going below to the cabin to drink YOUR health and luck, and you'll have grog served out for you to drink OUR health and luck.
He was surprised to see the captain give up the idea of going below after all.
Going below to speak to him soon after, I was unlucky enough to catch my captain in the very act of hasty cork-drawing.
He thinks it's going below $10 and he wouldn't rush to buy it.
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For most of my driving life, I'd look forward to dotted dividers so I could get by the jokers going below the speed limit.
One cannot see any government going below this bottom line, therefore, although the fight to save Redcar is lost, all the very best of British to Scunthorpe and South Wales, as Teesside looks to the future without steeelmaking in steelmaking's birthplace.
Deposit rates soared above 20 percent in recent years, when the rial was weak and inflation was high, but authorities have started to guide them down towards more normal levels with inflation going below 10 percent.
Mills said he sees the Brent price falling to $90 a barrel, while Luay Al Khatteeb, a visiting fellow at the Brookings Doha Centre, said in a phone interview he did not see prices going below $95 a barrel.
Co-pilot Kirill Kuzmin said: "Suddenly it got onto the runway as our altitude was going below 100m.