There are 4 main translations of super in English:

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super 1

also: súper
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  • Si fueron 6 millones o no fueron es un problema ya super politizado.
  • Incluso para chicos era capaz de hacer cosas super zarpadas y vanguardistas.
  • Nunca olvidaré a una chica super especial con la que tuve mis mejores orgasmos.

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There are 4 main translations of super in English:

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super 2 also: súper

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  • [familiar]lo pasamos super bien
    we had a great o fantastic time
    [familiar]
    pasó super rápido
    it went incredibly quickly
    [familiar]

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super 3 also: súper

sustantivo femenino

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  • Super fácil, limpieza facial natural, económico y con resultados que te sorprenderán.
  • Super feliz pude disfrutar del servicio a plena capacidad por 3 semanas ¿Que paso entonces?
  • Super Favio tiene el poder de realizar acrobacias informáticas con su mente, escribir un post coherente y descriptivo con una facilidad inigualable.

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súper

sustantivo masculino

[familiar]
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  • Este sábado se juega el súper clásico del fútbol peruano.
  • Pero la memoria subjetiva es súper múltiple, súper heterogénea.
  • "Además, calificó de ""súper extraño lo sucedido""."

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