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super-

prefix
 
 
/suːpər-/
used before adjectives and nouns to mean "extremely" or "very large": Supercomputers have computed pi to more than a trillion decimal places, looking always for a pattern to unlock its mystery. The super-rich are getting super-richer.
Translations of “super-”
in Spanish Super…
in Chinese (Traditional) 超乎尋常的, 特, 超…
in Russian сверх-, супер-…
in Turkish sonderece/çok fazla/süper/üstün... anlamında önek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 超乎寻常的, 特, 超…
in Polish super-…
(Definition of super- from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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