[suhb-mahy-kruh-skop-ik] /ˌsʌb maɪ krəˈskɒp ɪk/
too small to be seen through a microscope.
too small to be seen through an optical microscope
submicroscopic sub·mi·cro·scop·ic (sŭb’mī-krə-skŏp’ĭk)
Too small to be visible under the most powerful optical microscope.
adjective 1. (of particles) being less than a micron in overall dimensions.
adjective 1. (of meat) being a cut of meat larger than a steak, roast, or other single cut but smaller than a side of beef: shipped by the packer to local markets for final cutting to reduce processing costs and to retard spoilage. noun 2. such a cut of meat.
adjective 1. being of less than top quality: a subprime grade of steel. 2. being below a prime rate: banks engaging in subprime lending. adjective 1. (of a loan) made to a borrower with a poor credit rating, usually at a high rate of interest noun 2. a loan made to a borrower with a […]
[suhb-prin-suh-puh l, suhb-prin-] /sʌbˈprɪn sə pəl, ˈsʌbˌprɪn-/ noun 1. an assistant or deputy principal. 2. Music. (in an organ) a subbass of the open diapason class. subprincipal /sʌbˈprɪnsɪpəl/ noun 1. a vice-principal in a college, etc