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subterrane

adjective sub·ter·rane \ ¦səbtə¦rān \

Definition of subterrane

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Origin and Etymology of subterrane

Latin subterraneus


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subterrane

noun \ " \
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Definition of subterrane

plural -s
1 :the bedrock or the rocks beneath a particular geological formation

Origin and Etymology of subterrane

Latin subterraneum subterranean place, from neuter of subterraneus subterranean


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