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Translation of "superior" - English-Spanish dictionary

superior

adjective   /suːˈpɪə·ri·ər/
better than other things superior This car is far superior to the others. →  Opposite inferior
(Definition of superior from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

superior

adjective /suˈpiəriə/
(often with to) higher in rank, better, or greater, than superior Is a captain superior to a commander in the navy? With his superior strength he managed to overwhelm his opponent.
high, or above the average, in quality superior superior workmanship.
(of a person or his attitude) contemptuous or disdainful de superioridad, de altivez a superior smile.
superiority /-ˈo-/ noun
superioridad the supriority of their armed forces over ours.
(Definition of superior from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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