Examples of underpin in a Sentence
a wall underpinned by metal beams
the central beliefs that underpin a free society
Recent Examples of underpin from the Web
At the European Central Bank, policy makers have expressed confidence the global recovery is increasingly supporting trade and euro-area exports, underpinning an upswing that has so far been largely driven by domestic forces.
Strong corporate earnings and revenue have underpinned the market’s gains this year.
Despite these messages of unity, there may be a sense of competition underpinning Pinault’s ambitious venture.
He and some colleagues worked to develop a coherent philosophy underpinning the rules, while refining the rules themselves.
Eric Schulz, president of civil aerospace at Rolls-Royce , whose engines are offered on the A380, told the same conference travel congestion underpinned demand for big jumbos.
The new Prius is also the first vehicle to be based on Toyota’s new global vehicle architecture, which eventually will underpin a large variety of the automaker’s products.
The cost of underpinning a home with rotted pilings today can reach $400,000 or more.
Trump’s emphasis on loyalty even underpins his foreign policy.
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First Known Use of underpin
UNDERPIN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of underpin for English Language Learners
: to strengthen or support (something) from below
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