- a period of time represented by a glacial deposit.
Origin of stade
1530–40; < Middle French (earlier estade) < Latin stadium; see stadium
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Examples from the Web for stade
But now it is just a stadium like the Emirates Stadium [in London] or Stade de France.Brazil’s World Cup Is An Expensive, Exploitative Nightmare
May 30, 2014
The king's son then tied Stade's legs together in three places.The Life of Sir Richard Burton
June 2rd and 13th, Mr. Duerend and Mr. Hart went toward Stade.
Oct. 20th, Mr. Cornelio went toward the flete of Stade to returne.
After his return to Germany, Stade published an account of his experiences.
Stade made two trips to Brazil; one in 1547 and one in 1549.