Noun(1) a surface on which an organism grows or is attached(2) any stratum or layer lying underneath another(3) an indigenous language that contributes features to the language of an invading people who impose their language on the indigenous population
(1) a geological substratum(2) the plant will grow very rapidly and send out runners above the substratum(3) Deep drilling in the southern Tyrrhenian Sea floor revealed a continental and oceanic substratum covered by upper Miocene and younger sedimentary successions.(4) there is a broad substratum of truth in her story(5) If there is a substratum underlying this trust it is that of a property trust in which units are issued to the public.(6) His materials and settings are drawn from the substratum of his experience as a curator, trained in taxidermy, active in the conservation of paintings and the handling of fossils, fascinated by animal maquettes and mediaeval weapons.(7) They are part of the range of institutions that have been the substratum of Scottish distinctiveness within the UK.(8) The acoustic facies of its substratum has neither the characteristics of the continental crust nor those of the oceanic crust.(9) The idea that Aboriginal culture is essentially unchanging and thus ├ö├ç├┐the oldest in the world├ö├ç├û appeals to many Australians, and presumably strengthens the substratum of support for native title, as well as the Aboriginal art market.(10) They constitute the ideological substratum of the party and are not merely tactical considerations to wean away separatist support structures in the Valley as the Government of India tends to believe.(11) For example, barnacles maintain a relatively large proportion of their total surface area in contact with the underlying substratum , and display body temperatures that are tightly coupled with ground temperature.(12) there is a broad substratum of truth in it(13) In recent habitats, Lyreidus does not inhabit shallow, inshore environments but, instead, is found in outer shelf and slope environments, generally on soft substrata .(14) Paleocene fossil outcrops abound in the glauconite rich gray clay substrata of the creek banks exposed beneath the deep rich surface soils.
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