From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsupersu‧per1 /ˈsuːpə $ -pər/ ●●● S2 adjective informal GOOD/EXCELLENTextremely good SYN wonderful an old car in super condition That sounds super. What a super idea!
Examples from the Corpussuper• "Would you like some lemonade?" "That would be super."• But they weren't really that super.• I always admired him for his tenacity of purpose and dedication - and envied his super brain-power.• He is suffering from senile dementia: the deterioration of a super brain.• It can be a great car, a super car.• To enter our super competition simply answer this question: What is the name of Marillion's lead singer?• You guys really did a super job.• It will be a super production!supersuper2 noun [countable] American English informalx-ref a superintendent(4)
Examples from the Corpussuper• A detective chief super should immerse himself in bumf until the last trump sounds and like it.• He could check it, he supposed, with the new super, a tough-talking veteran with a pit bull.• Still no super, still no owner.• The Puerto Rican super, Alfredo, came to their door almost daily.• When the super came around to empty the trash cans, Richard stuffed Jessica into the closet.• The super sent us a hundred men, no less, and they've searched the factory.supersuper3 adverb American English spoken extremely Sorry, I’m super tired, I have to turn in.
Examples from the Corpussuper• Some of the bus drivers are super nice, but most aren't.super-super- /suːpə $ -pər/ prefix LOT/LARGE NUMBER OR AMOUNTmore, larger, greater, or more powerful the super-rich super-efficient super-fit
Examples from the Corpussuper-• a supermarket• a supertanker• a supervisor• the SuperbowlFrom Longman Business Dictionarysupersu‧per /ˈsuːpə-pər/ noun [countable] American English informal spoken abbreviation for SUPERINTENDENTsuper-super- /suːpə-pər/ prefix used to show that something is bigger or more powerful than other things of the same kindThe merger could create the first of a new breed of world-class superbanks.our present day super-fast communicationspurchase agreements for six supertankersOrigin super- Latin super “over, above, on top of” super1 (1800-1900) superfine “of the highest quality” ((17-21 centuries)), from super- + fine super2 (1800-1900) superintendant