super adjective, adverb Meaning in the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary
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Meaning of “super” - Learner’s Dictionary

super

adjective, adverb
 
 
/ˈsuːpər/ informal old-fashioned
very good: We had a super time.Informal words for goodGood, better and bestQuite good, or not very good
Translations of “super”
in Arabic مُمْتاز, هائل…
in Korean 최고의…
in Malaysian hebat…
in French super…
in Turkish olağanüstü, süper, çok iyi…
in Italian ottimo, splendido…
in Chinese (Traditional) 出色的,極好的…
in Russian отличный…
in Polish super, świetny, świetnie…
in Vietnamese tuyệt vời, cực kì tốt…
in Spanish guapísimo, estupendo, tremendo…
in Portuguese sensacional, fantástico, formidável…
in Thai ดีเยี่ยม…
in German super……
in Catalan fantàstic, genial…
in Japanese 極上の, 最高の…
in Indonesian bagus sekali…
in Chinese (Simplified) 出色的,极好的…
(Definition of super adjective, adverb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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