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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of superimpose.
- adj. Positioned on or above something else, especially in layers
- adj. layered or stratified
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- adj. with one layer on top of another
- adj. placed on or over something else
Sorry, no etymologies found.
The design of the patch with the U.S. eagle image superimposed is designed to display a hierarchy in which the U.S. 5th Army exerts its military command under the authority of USNORTHCOM, with its domain defined as all North America, including the U.S.,
The combination of his work and mine together, overlapping, superimposed, is brilliant.
He was looking very thoughtful indeed and the expression superimposed upon the thoughtfulness could hardly be described as pleasant.
—burned into, I tell you, were all the signs and symbols of the gray caps. cut the nabby refs I cannot use the word superimposed because this might convey some ethereal, unreal sensibility to what was a concrete, super-reality.
The title is superimposed upon an image of a red wax seal.
This is a weird one: the film begins in progress, with reconstructed video titles superimposed over the first dialogue scene.
It is known that EM waves can be linearly superimposed, which is due to the fact that they are solutions of a linear partial differential equation, the wave equation (see next section).
The set that includes humans has been "superimposed" on the native set by a longpast experiment in "terraforming," which came close to xenocide.
But this external stuff going on kind of superimposed itself.
The math is imposed on (both in the sense of "superimposed" and in the sense of a power relationship) the natural scenes.