Translation of superstratum in Spanish:

superstratum

Pronunciation: /ˈsuːpərˌstreɪtəm; -ˌstræ-; ˈsuːpəˌstrɑːtəm; -ˌstreɪ-/

n (pl -ta /-tə/)

  • 1.1 [Ling] superestrato (m) 1.2 [Geol] estrato (m) superior
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    • Then the superstratum and underlayer of the protein-embedded lipid bilayer were respectively solvated by the SPC water model, because the SPC model has been applied well in simulating lipid bilayer-water systems.
    • However, other sounds commonly not found may be due to superstratum influence.
    • While Kurdish is a superstratum of Neo-Aramaic, Yiddish is a primary contributor to Israeli.

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