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1Figurative and in figurative contexts; = "superstructure".
2In literal or physical sense; = "superstructure".
3In literal or physical sense.
Mid 16th century; earliest use found in Alexander Nowell (d. 1602), dean of St Paul's. From post-classical Latin superstruction-, superstructio superstructure from classical Latin superstruct-, past participial stem of superstruere + -iō.
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