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Translation of "superstructure" - English-Mandarin Chinese dictionary

superstructure

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈsuː.pəˌstrʌk.tʃər/ US  /-pɚˌstrʌk.tʃɚ/
(of a building) the part above the ground
(建筑物的)上部结构,上层建筑物
The foundations are finished and work has now begun on building the superstructure of the new library.
新图书馆的地基已经打好,现在已经开始盖建上部结构了。
Parts of buildings in general
(of a ship) the part above the main deck
(船只的)上层结构
Parts of ships and boats
the ideas and systems of a society or organization which develop from more basic ideas and systems
(社会或机构的)上层建筑
According to Marxist theory, a society's superstructure is its legal, social, cultural and political institutions, which are based on its economic systems.
根据马克思主义理论,一个社会的上层建筑包括其法律、社会、文化和政治制度,而这些都是建立在其经济基础之上的。
Society - general words
(Definition of superstructure from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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