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un•der•struc•ture



Pronunciation: (un'dur-struk"chur), [key]
n.
1. a structure serving as a support; a base or foundation: The building has a strong understructure.
2. any thing, condition, etc., establishing support; a basis: an argument that rests on a sound understructure of knowledge.

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