sub|or|bit|al «suhb R buh tuhl», adjective, noun.
1. Anatomy. situated below the orbit of the eye, or on the floor of the orbit, as a cartilage or nerve.
2. of less than a full orbit: »

a suborbital space flight.

a suborbital cartilage or nerve.

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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