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Surface in Spanish 🇪🇸

in English in Spanish S
surface superficie
How to say “surface” in Spanish? “Superficie”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “superficie” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on surface in Spanish like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Superficie – superficial- surface

Superficie sounds a lot like superficial.

In terms of layers the superficial layer is on the SURFACE.

Or in terms of appearance a superficial person only looks at the surface of someone and not deeper.

This can help you remember SUPERFICIE = SURFACE

2 years ago

I see you’ve been opening christmas crackers already ?

2 years ago

I wouldn’t say I’m superficial. I’m just a little ficial.

2 years ago


Normal speech: sooh-pehr-fee-SEE-eh
IPA: superfiˈθje

8 months ago

Other Meanings

“Superficie” can also refer to a plot of land or a sports field.

9 months ago


In Spain, “superficie” is commonly used in real estate to refer to the square footage of a property.

9 months ago


From the Latin word “superficies,” meaning “surface” or “outer part.”

9 months ago


“Superficie de contacto” refers to the contact area between two surfaces.

9 months ago


Commonly used to refer to the surface or area of an object or space.

9 months ago

superficie info.

Tips to remember:
– To remember “superficie”, associate it with the English word “surface”, since the two words share a similar pronunciation and spelling structure.
– Think about how a “surfer” might ride on the “surface” of the water; “superficie” is that same surface in Spanish.

– “Superficie” in Spanish refers to the outermost layer of something or the outer face or area of an object.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– Superficial (when referring to the surface or outer part, though in other contexts it can mean shallow or not deep)
– Plano (means ‘flat’ or ‘plane’, can refer to a flat surface)

Alternate meanings:
– In everyday language, “superficie” doesn’t commonly have slang meanings; it’s a technical term.

Examples of sentences:
– “La superficie del lago estaba completamente tranquila.”
– “Quiero calcular el área de la superficie del triángulo.”
– “Las plantas absorben la luz solar a través de la superficie de sus hojas.”
– “Este material tiene una superficie muy lisa.”
– “La superficie de Marte es rocosa y polvorienta.”

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