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hyperadjective

us   /ˈhɑɪ·pər/ infml
extremely excited or nervous: I was so hyper it took me over an hour to get to sleep.

hyper-prefix

us   /ˌhɑɪ·pər/
having a lot or too much of the stated quality: hypercritical hyperintelligent
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hyper-prefix

uk   /haɪpər/ us  
too much, or greater or much more than usual: hyperexpensive
IT used to mean linked (= connected from one website, picture, video, etc. to another one)
(Definition of hyper- from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “hyper”
in Chinese (Simplified) 亢奋的…
in Turkish çok, yüksek, aşırı…
in Russian перевозбужденный, взбудораженный…
in Chinese (Traditional) 亢奮的…
in Polish nadpobudliwy, podekscytowany…
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