"Your child is under the table."
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From what I know, you are quite right because just "下" means directly under, touching the object (e.g. a newspaper under a book), and "底下" means under the object but with some space in between (e.g. under a table/chair/tree).
But maybe it's also regional and can be interchangeable, I have no idea :)