submarginal


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sub·mar·gin·al

(sŭb-mar'jin-ăl),
Near the margin of any part.

submarginal

(sŭb-mär′jə-nəl)
adj.
1. Near the margin of a body, organ, or part: submarginal tentacles.
2. Of low productivity; infertile.

submarginal

[sub·mär′ji·nəl]
Etymology: L, sub, beneath + margo, margin
inferior to or beneath a margin.

sub·mar·gin·al

(sŭb-mahr'jin-ăl)
In dentistry, area below margin of cavity preparation or restoration of tooth.

submarginal,

adj pertaining to a deficiency of contour at the margin of a restoration or pattern.
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