Other forms: supers
When something is extraordinary, it’s super, like a movie that couldn't possibly be better or the super grade you got on your test: A+.
The adjective super is an abbreviated use of the prefix super-, which comes from the Latin super-, meaning “above,” “over,” or “beyond.” Super is another way to say "the best" — you are above the rest. Super can also describe something that's really big: the supermarket came along after little neighborhood shops; supermarkets are huge in comparison.
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