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superheterodyne of, pertaining to, or using a method of radio reception in which the incoming signal is transformed into an intermediate frequency which helps with amplification of the signal and eliminates unwanted signals. [2 definitions]
superhigh frequency any radio frequency between 3,000 and 30,000 megahertz.
superhighway a large, multi-laned, usu. divided roadway designed for cars traveling at high speeds; expressway; freeway; turnpike.
superhot combined form of hot.
superhuman having a nature or possessing powers beyond what humans have; divine. [2 definitions]
superimpose to set or lay on top of or above something.
superincumbent lying or resting on top of something else. [3 definitions]
superinduce to bring in or introduce as an addition, added circumstance, or the like; superimpose.
superinsulated combined form of insulated.
superintellectual combined form of intellectual.
superintelligence combined form of intelligence.
superintelligent combined form of intelligent.
superintend to supervise the execution of (a job, procedure, or the like). [2 definitions]
superintendency the office or work of a superintendent. [2 definitions]
superintendent one who supervises or administers an institution, area, job, or the like. [2 definitions]
superintensity combined form of intensity.
Superior Lake Superior, the largest and westernmost of the Great Lakes.
superior higher in rank, station, or degree. [9 definitions]
superior court a court of general jurisdiction, above the inferior courts but below the highest appellate court.
superiority the quality or state of being superior.
superiority complex an outward feeling of superiority or exaggerated self-importance, often in compensation for inner feelings of inferiority.