Definition of supra in English:

supra

Syllabification: su·pra
Pronunciation: /ˈso͞oprə
 
/

adverb

formal
Used in academic or legal texts to refer to someone or something mentioned above or earlier: the recent work by McAuslan and others (supra)
More example sentences
  • It refers to Stein, supra, among other cases, in this regard.
  • As indicated above in Wallace, supra, the Supreme Court of Canada described the relationship of employer and employee.
  • Whiten, supra, points out these factors as taking a ‘message’ to others.

Origin

Latin.

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