Substratum

  • 21 substratum — Any layer or stratum lying beneath another. [L. see substrate] * * * sub·stra·tum səb .strāt əm, .strat , səb n, pl stra·ta ə 1) the material of which something is made and from which it derives its special qualities 2) SUBSTRATE (2 …

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  • 22 substratum — substrate …

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  • 23 Substratum — см. substrate …

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  • 24 substratum — Synonyms and related words: air, atom, atomic particles, band, base, basement, basis, bearing wall, bed, bedding, bedrock, belly, belt, bottom, bottom side, breech, brute matter, building block, buttocks, chemical element, component, constituent …

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  • 25 substratum — Смотри Подслой …

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  • 26 substràtum — subs|trà|tum Mot Pla Nom masculí …

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  • 27 substratum — I (Roget s IV) n. Syn. footing, base, frame, bed; see foundation 2 , layer . II (Roget s Thesaurus II) noun The lowest or supporting part or structure: base1, basis, bed, bottom, foot, footing, foundation, fundament, ground, groundwork, seat,… …

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  • 28 substratum — sub|stra|tum [ sʌb,streıtəm, sʌb,stratəm ] (plural sub|stra|ta [ sʌb,streıtə, sʌb,stratə ] ) noun count 1. ) a layer of something that is below another layer, especially in the ground 2. ) a basic feature or aspect of something that exists but is …

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  • 29 substratum — sub stra·tum || ‚sÊŒb strɑːtÉ™m n. layer that lies beneath another; material that serves as the foundation for something …

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  • 30 substratum — [sʌb strα:təm, streɪtəm] noun (plural substrata) 1》 an underlying layer or substance, in particular a layer of rock or soil beneath the surface of the ground. 2》 a foundation or basis …

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  • 31 substratum — n. 1. Principle, element, groundwork, underlying substance, fundamental or primordial substance. 2. (Agric.) Subsoil …

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  • 32 substratum — n base, basis, foundation, footing, groundwork, substructure, substruction, understruc ture; frame, underlayer, floor, bed …

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  • 33 substratum — sub·stratum …

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  • 34 substratum — sub•stra•tum [[t]ˈsʌbˌstreɪ təm, ˌstræt əm, sʌbˈstreɪ təm, ˈstræt əm[/t]] n. pl. stra•ta [[t] ˌstreɪ tə, ˌstræt ə, ˈstreɪ tə, ˈstræt ə[/t]] stra•tums 1) something that is spread or laid under something else; a stratum or layer lying under another …

    From formal English to slang

  • 35 substratum — /sʌbˈstratəm/ (say sub strahtuhm) noun (plural substrata /sʌbˈstratə/ (say sub strahtuh)) 1. that which is spread or laid under something else; a stratum or layer lying under another. 2. Also, substrate. something which underlies, or serves as a… …

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  • 36 substratum —   n. (pl. ta) underneath layer; foundation.    ♦ substratal,    ♦ substrative, a.    ♦ substrate,   n.    ♦ substratose, a. imperfectly stratified …

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  • 37 Substratum in Vedic Sanskrit — Vedic Sanskrit has a number of linguistic features which are alien to most other Indo European languages. Prominent examples include: phonologically, the introduction of retroflexes, which alternate with dentals; morphologically, the formation of …

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  • 38 substratum chooser — a fish species spawning on the substrate; usually cleaned by the male, before attracting the female …

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  • 39 Eastern Romance substratum — The Eastern Romance languages developed from the Proto Romanian language, which in turn developed from the Vulgar Latin spoken in a region of the Balkans which has not yet been exactly determined, but is generally agreed to have been a region… …

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  • 40 Material substratum — The existence of a Material Substratum was posited John Locke.Locke theorised that when all sensible properties where abstracted away from an object, such as its colour, weight, density or taste, there would still be something left that the… …

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