Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Underline"

The meaning of "Underline" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does underline mean?
A: The person is bending down to prevent their hard hat from hitting (scraping) the stone above them (overhead)
Q: What does the underlined one mean?
A: Its a list of music
Q: What does to underline mean?
A: to place a line underneath.
it's generally used when your writing and you need to make key point, headers, footers or just to make points stand out.
Q: What does as he theirs (underlined) mean?
A: It's an abbreviation for "as he enjoyed their company." In English, if there is a clause with a verb or a noun that is followed by another clause with the same verb or noun, these can be removed because they are carried on from the first clause and just assumed to be the same.

Synonyms of "Underline" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between underline and emphasize and stress ?
A: emphasize, stress and underline are generally interchangeable- but stress and underline have other meanings.

stress can mean a physical pressure, e.g.
"the distribution of stress is uniform across the bar."
stress can also be an emotional state, where someone is mentally under pressure. e.g.
"my friend was under a lot of stress."

underline can be the action of drawing a line under a word, or phrase in ORDER to give emphasis. this is why underline is also used as a synonym of emphasize and stress. e.g.
"certain phrases have been underlined."

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Translations of "Underline"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? underline
A: "underline"
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? the short underline like “_”
A: underscore

Other questions about "Underline"

Q: Which one of the underlined of the number338 was wrong?
A: “You” should be removed
Q: I underline here.

I underscore here. does this sound natural?
A: "I underline here" is more natural. Underscore, as a noun, is the line that you wrote when you underlined something or the symbol used in computers or typewriters. Underscore, as a verb, means to emphasize.
Q: As to what I underlined, why are there "to" and "from"? does this sound natural?
A: I would say "As for"

As for what I underlined, why are the "to" and "from" there?
Q: If you draw underlines or add <>/””to“For members Only” and “For Members and Non-Members”, it is easier to see. does this sound natural?
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