I've got a problem with this structure:
"Under this term are meant all things that belong to (...)"
I wish to know if it's correct and what kind of structure actually it is.
I believe it's probably more of general problem with sentence structure in English. I've got similar problem with this kind of constructs: "There is/are sth in somewhere" vs. "In somewhere is/are sth".
Example: "There are two tomatoes in the fridge." vs. "In the fridge are two tomatoes."
Are the above structures correct? Can they be used interchangeably?