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(sŭb′sə-hâr′ən, -hăr′-, -här′-)
Of, relating to, or situated in the region of Africa south of the Sahara.
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(Placename) in, of, or relating to Africa south of the Sahara desert
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(ˌsʌb səˈhær ən, -ˈhɛər ən, -ˈhɑr ən)

of, pertaining to, or in Africa S of the Sahara Desert.
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Adj.1.sub-Saharan - of or relating to or situated in the region south of the Sahara Desert
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[ˈsʌbsəˈhɑːrən] ADJsubsahariano
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