subjacent

  • 1subjacent — subjacent, ente [ sybʒasɑ̃, ɑ̃t ] adj. • XVIe, repris 1805; lat. subjacens, de subjacere « être placé dessous » ♦ Littér. Sous jacent. « la sensation, presque physique, d un autre monde subjacent » (Bosco). ● subjacent, subjacente adjectif (latin …

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  • 2Subjacent — Sub*ja cent, a. [L. subjacens, p. pr. of subjacere to lie under; sub under + jacere to lie.] 1. Lying under or below. [1913 Webster] 2. Being in a lower situation, though not directly beneath; as, hills and subjacent valleys. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 3subjacent — subjacent, ente (sub ja san, san t ) adj. Qui est situé, placé au dessous. SUPPLÉMENT AU DICTIONNAIRE    SUBJACENT. Ajoutez : HIST. XVIe s. •   En nombre tant multiplié, que, par leur vol, ils [les geais et les pies] tollissoient la clarté du… …

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  • 4subjacent — (adj.) 1590s, from L. subiacentem (nom. subiacens), prp. of subiacere to lie underneath (see SUBJECT (Cf. subject) (n.)) …

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  • 5subjacent — Subjacent, Toute la terre subjacente à la zone torride …

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  • 6subjacent — [sub jā′sənt] adj. [L subjacens, prp. of subjacere, to lie under < sub , under + jacere, to lie, throw: see SUB & JET1] 1. situated directly under or below; underlying 2. being lower but not directly beneath subjacency n …

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  • 7subjacent — adjective Etymology: Latin subjacent , subjacens, present participle of subjacēre to lie under, from sub + jacēre to lie more at adjacent Date: 1592 lying under or below; also lower than though not directly below < hills and subjacent valleys > • …

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  • 8subjacent — Below or beneath another part. [L. sub jaceo, to lie under] * * * sub·ja·cent səb jās ənt adj lying immediately under or below &LT;subjacent tissue&GT; &LT;severe bone loss subjacent to gingival inflammation&GT; * * * sub·ja·cent (s&#601;b&#8230; …

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  • 9subjacent — subjacency, n. subjacently, adv. /sub jay seuhnt/, adj. 1. situated or occurring underneath or below; underlying. 2. forming a basis. 3. lower than but not directly under something. [1590 1600; < L subjacent (s. of subjacens), prp. of subjacere&#8230; …

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  • 10subjacent — [səb dʒeɪs(ə)nt] adjective technical situated below something else. Derivatives subjacency noun Origin C16: from L. subjacent lying underneath , from sub under + jacere to lie …

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  • 11subjacent — sub•ja•cent [[t]sʌbˈdʒeɪ sənt[/t]] adj. 1) situated or occurring underneath or below; underlying 2) forming a basis 3) lower than but not directly under something • Etymology: 1590–1600; &LT; L subjacent , s. of subjacēns, prp. of subjacēre to&#8230; …

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  • 12Subjacent — …

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  • 13subjacent — adjective lying beneath or at a lower level; underlying …

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  • 14subjacent — sub|ja|cent Mot Agut Adjectiu invariable …

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  • 15subjacent — sub·ja·cent || sÊŒb dÊ’eɪsÉ™nt adj. located below, situated beneath; lower than …

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  • 16subjacent — sub·ja·cent …

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  • 17subjacent — /sʌbˈdʒeɪsənt/ (say sub jaysuhnt) adjective 1. situated or occurring underneath or below; underlying. 2. forming a basis. 3. being in a lower situation, though not directly beneath. {Latin subjacens, present participle, lying under} –subjacency,&#8230; …

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  • 18subjacent —   a. lying or situated below …

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  • 19subjacent — adj. underlying; situated below. Etymology: L subjacere (as SUB , jacere lie) …

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  • 20subjacent support — n. In property law, the support of the surface of the land by the earth s underlying strata. See also lateral support. Webster s New World Law Dictionary. Susan Ellis Wild. 2000 …

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