Definition of superstate in English:

superstate

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Pronunciation: /ˈsuːpəsteɪt
 
, ˈsjuː-/

noun

A large and powerful state formed from a federation or union of nations: we are not advocates of a European superstate
More example sentences
  • In reality the only political grouping which could have any effective and meaningful voice against a European superstate is the Commonwealth of Nations.
  • If the superstates described by Orwell are reminiscent of the Cold War blocs that inspired them, they have less obvious relevance to a world with a single military superpower like the US.
  • Nobody who looks at this treaty can say it's some ramp for a federal superstate.

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