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Translation of "super" - English-Spanish dictionary

super

adjective, adverb   /ˈsuː·pər/ informal
very good genial, bárbaro We had a super time.
noun /ˈsuː·pər/ US
someone whose job is to take care of an apartment building forma abreviada de “supervisor”: portero, -a
(Definition of super from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

super

adjective /ˈsuːpə/
a slang word for extremely good, nice etc guapísimo, estupendo, tremendo a super new dress.
(Definition of super from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “super”
in Korean 최고의…
in Arabic مُمْتاز, هائل…
in Malaysian hebat…
in French super…
in Russian отличный…
in Chinese (Traditional) 出色的,極好的…
in Italian ottimo, splendido…
in Turkish olağanüstü, süper, çok iyi…
in Polish super, świetny, świetnie…
in Vietnamese tuyệt vời, cực kì tốt…
in Portuguese sensacional, fantástico, formidável…
in Thai ดีเยี่ยม…
in German super……
in Catalan fantàstic, genial…
in Japanese 極上の, 最高の…
in Chinese (Simplified) 出色的,极好的…
in Indonesian bagus sekali…
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