superficial

[adj] - relating to a surface 2. [adj] - of little substance or significance 3. [adj] - being or affecting or concerned with a surface
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Superficial

On or near the surface, visible or palpable (able to feel with hands).
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Superficial

Near to the surface.
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Superficial

Superficial: In anatomy, on the surface or shallow. As opposed to deep. The skin is superficial to the muscles. The cornea is on the superficial surface of the eye. For a more complete listing of terms used in medicine for spatial orientation, please see the entry to 'Anatomic Orientation Terms'.
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Superficial

On the surface. Often applied to a wound.
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Superficial

Su`per·fi'cial adjective [ Latin superficialis : confer French superficiel . See Superficies .] 1. Of or pertaining to the superficies, or surface; lying on the surface; shallow; not deep; as, a superficial color; a superficial covering; superficial
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superficial

1. Cursory; not thorough. ... 2. Pertaining to or situated near the surface. ... Synonym: superficialis. ... Origin: L. Superficialis, fr. Superficies, surface ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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superficial

trivial adjective of little substance or significance; `a few superficial editorial changes`; `only trivial objections`
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superficial

adjective relating to a surface; `superficial measurements`; `the superficial area of the wall`
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superficial

adjective being or affecting or concerned with a surface; not deep or penetrating emotionally or intellectually; `superficial similarities`; `a superficial mind`; `his thinking was superficial and fuzzy`; `superficial knowledge`; `the superficial report didn`t
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superficial

(soo″pәr-fish´әl) situated on or near the surface.
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Superficial

• (a.) Reaching or comprehending only what is obvious or apparent; not deep or profound; shallow; -- said especially in respect to study, learning, and the like; as, a superficial scholar; superficial knowledge. • (a.) Of or pertaining to the superficies, or surface; lying on the surface; shallow; not deep; as, a superficial color; a supe
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superficial

superficial 1. Affecting, or being on or near the surface; a superficial wound. 2. Concerned with or comprehending only what is apparent or obvious; shallow. 3. Apparent rather than actual or substantial; a superficial resemblance. 4. Trivial; insignificant: 'She made only a few superficial changes in the text.'
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superficial

on the surface.
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superficial

an adjective used to convert a unit of length into a unit of area. 'Superficial', in this use, means 'square': a superficial foot, for example, is equal to a square foot, and a superficial yard is equal to a square yard. In Australia and New Zealand, a superficial foot often means the super foot (see below).
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superficial

Type: Term Pronunciation: sū′pĕr-fi′shăl Definitions: 1. Situated nearer the surface of the body in relation to a specific reference point. 2. Cursory; not thorough. Synonyms: superficialis, sublimis2
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superficial

adjective, Latin super = above, and facies = surface; hence, nearer the surface.
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superficial

(soo;per-fish;al) Toward or near the surface.
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superficial

(soo;per-fish;al) Toward or near the surface.
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superficial

Affecting cells on the surface. Not invasive.
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Superficial

[album] Superficial is the debut album of American pop singer and television personality Heidi Montag. The album was released independently and digital-only on January 11, 2010 and reportedly took three years to complete. Musically, it incorporates elements of dance in its electropop productions. The album was promoted with two extended pla
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superficial

on the surface.
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