Definición de super en inglés:

super

Silabificación: su·per
Pronunciación: /ˈso͞opər
 
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adjetivo

  • 2(Of a manufactured product) superfine: a super quality binder
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    • Some premium products, such as super premium ice creams, may use a 22 to 24 percent cocoa fat ingredient.
    • With today's high production costs and super development houses, there is less and less room for smaller development houses.
    • Possibly one of the most important memories I have of learning about music as a teenager was me and my mate sneaking into his big brother's bedroom and putting on his records on his super quality hi-fi.

adverbio

[as submodifier] informal Volver al principio  
  • Especially; particularly: he’s been super understanding
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    • And if you were looking for him, he wouldn't be an ugly, evil troll; he would be kind and popular and funny and charming and super good-looking and everybody's best friend.
    • For some reason all I can picture in my head is him acting super goofy with an odd accent… but I think that's because I just imagine him talking in the kind of laid back drawl I'd expect of him.
    • Having a great opportunity to design a project, making my client happy on the way and being super proud of my work is enough for my contentment.

sustantivo

informal Volver al principio  
  • 1A superintendent.
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    • The managers and supers watch the workers suffer and feel themselves a class apart.
    • Lomeier, the super, or caretaker as he is billed here, moves through the building trying to find the source of the problem and restore water to the taps on the top floors.
    • You see, the super has the keys and knows how to drive that cool manual elevator that goes to the floors where the fancy automatic elevators don't stop because there are no tenants there.
  • 2 archaic An extra, unwanted, or unimportant person; a supernumerary.
  • 2.1 theatrical slang , • dated or North American An extra.
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    • The stage is almost always crowded with physically attractive supers, and even the choristers seem to have been chosen more for their looks than for their ability to produce a full, blended sound.
    • Unfortunately, in the larger ensembles he had a tendency to populate the stage with supers who seemed to come directly from the Ministry of Funny Walks.
  • 3Superphosphate.
  • 4Superfine fabric or manufacture.

Origen

mid 19th century: abbreviation.

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