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v. strat·i·fied, strat·i·fy·ing, strat·i·fies
1. To form, arrange, or deposit in layers.
2. To prepare (seeds) for germination by storing them under cold, moist conditions.
a. To arrange or separate into castes, classes, or social levels.
b. To separate into a sequence of graded status levels.
1. To become layered; form strata.
2. To develop different levels of caste, class, privilege, or status.
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|Adj.||1.||stratified - arranged in a sequence of grades or ranks; "stratified areas of the distribution"|
|2.||stratified - deposited or arranged in horizontal layers; "stratified rock"|
geology - a science that deals with the history of the earth as recorded in rocks
unstratified - not deposited in layers; "glacial till is unstratified"
|3.||stratified - (used of society) socially hierarchical; "American society is becoming increasingly stratified"|
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stratified[ˈstrætɪfaɪd] ADJ → estratificado
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stratified[ˈstrætɪfaɪd] adj → stratificato/a
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a. estratificado-a, colocado-a en capas;
___ epithelium → epitelio ___.
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