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superannuate to allow to retire with a pension because of old age, illness, infirmity, or the like. [3 definitions]
superannuated no longer working because of age or poor health; retired. [3 definitions]
superathlete combined form of athlete.
superb of the finest kind or quality. [2 definitions]
superbad combined form of bad.
superbillionaire combined form of billionaire.
superblock an urban area, much larger than a city block, usu. closed to traffic, and having residences and commercial, social, and recreational facilities.
superbomb combined form of bomb.
superbomber combined form of bomber.
Super Bowl in the U.S., an annual football game held in late January or early February in which the winning teams of the American and National Conferences play for the National Football League championship. The Super Bowl attracts vast television audiences.
superbright combined form of bright.
superbureaucrat combined form of bureaucrat.
supercalender a roller or set of rollers that gives a high gloss to paper. [2 definitions]
supercar combined form of car.
supercargo the officer on a merchant ship in charge of the cargo carried and commercial transactions made.
supercarrier combined form of carrier.
supercautious combined form of cautious.
supercenter combined form of center.
supercharge to fill beyond normal capacity with feeling, energy, or the like. [2 definitions]
supercharged of an engine, having a supercharger. [3 definitions]
supercharger a device that increases the power of an internal combustion engine by forcing air under high pressure into its cylinders.