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hyper- British & World English

Over; beyond; above

hyper British & World English

Hyperactive or unusually energetic

hyperreal British & World English

Exaggerated in comparison to reality

hyperdrive British & World English

(In science fiction) a supposed propulsion system for travel in hyperspace

hyperextend British & World English

Forcefully extend a limb or joint beyond its normal limits, either in exercise or therapy or so as to cause injury

hyperimmune British & World English

Having a high concentration of antibodies produced in reaction to repeated injections of an antigen

hyperspace British & World English

Space of more than three dimensions

hypercritical British & World English

Excessively and unreasonably critical, especially of small faults

hyperkinetic British & World English

Of or affected with hyperkinesis

hyperconscious British & World English

Acutely or excessively aware of something

hyperinflation British & World English

Monetary inflation occurring at a very high rate

hypersensitive British & World English

Having extreme physical sensitivity to particular substances or conditions

hyper- English-Spanish

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