* * *sub·stage 'səb-.stāj n an attachment to a microscope by means of which accessories (as mirrors, diaphragms, or condensers) are held in place beneath the stage of the instrument
* * *sub·stage (subґstāj) the part of the microscope located beneath the stage.
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substage — [sub′stāj΄] n. 1. any subdivision or part of a stage 2. the part of a microscope located below the stage to which a mirror, light, etc. can be attached … English World dictionary
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substage — /sub stayj /, n. the component part of a microscope below the stage, for supporting a condenser, mirror, or other accessories. [1855 60; SUB + STAGE] * * * … Universalium
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