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superb
American English: /suˈpərb/
British English: /suːˈpəːb/

Translation of superb in Spanish:

adjective

  • Example sentences
    • Both the writing and the performances are superb.
    • It's not a work you find programmed or recorded a lot, although it has attracted many superb pianists.
    • I once gardened on a city terrace where my next door neighbour was a superb gardener by the name of Miss Jean Harvey.

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