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ultra-

prefix uk   us   /ʌl.trə-/
extreme or extremely: ultra-expensive ultra-modern architecture ultra-sensitive an ultra-short haircut
Translations of “ultra-”
in Vietnamese siêu cực, cực kì, quá…
in Spanish ultra, ultra-, hiper-…
in Thai เกิน, ที่สุด…
in Malaysian ultra, keterlaluan…
in French ultra-… ultraviolet, ultra-, hyper-…
in German ultra…, übermäßig…
in Chinese (Traditional) 極, 超…
in Indonesian ultra, sangat…
in Russian ультра-, сверх-, крайне…
in Turkish son derece... anlamında ön ek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 极, 超…
in Polish ultra-…
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