Super in a sentence as a noun

Bezos is super smart; don't get me wrong.

Some of your friends will be super outgoing, and they'll do most of the work for you.

You've just disrupted my zen flow for my super productive day.

Some teams were super-sharp, others were sloppy beyond words.

You could ask for some advice from the girl ahead of you in line at the supermarket.

"Yey us. :D We're super excited to announce we got acquired.

If it were just luck, the “supers” would regress to the mean: yesterday’s champs would be today’s chumps.

Super in a sentence as an adjective

When I'm done reading applications, I'll add a little tweak to HN to make the fonts super big for all the users over 80.

Isn't the most attractive thing a super interesting problem domain?

I think the sign of a good technologist is less about how super smart they are and more about how they approach solving real world problems.

Hacker News users are super serious, busy, important startup people.

It's not even super clear whose mom he was talking about, and doesn't really matter, because nobody's mom can use the goddamn website.

Experimentation with others' products and services is super cool.

"Another reason that this idea is so wrong-headed is that there can never be enough super-rich people to power a great economy.

Super in a sentence as an adverb

Restart supervision didn't always help b/c sometimes it would throw some assertion that would bail out a critical thread, but the process would stay running.

There are probably a hundred or even two hundred different ways you can compare the two companies, and Google is superior in all but three of them, if I recall correctly.

From what I gather, such a large shift in focus and investment was a unprecedented in Google before Google+.I think Google is a great company, I have a super high opinion of the people that I met there.

Certainly I, and many other Googlers, are simply super-motivated and willing to use our free time to work on projects that use our infrstructure because we're intrinsically interested in using these things to make new products.

This Economist post[0] addresses some of the many comments about statistical outliers:> The big surprise has been the support for the unabashedly elitist “super-forecaster” hypothesis.

Super definitions


a caretaker for an apartment house; represents the owner as janitor and rent collector

See also: superintendent


of the highest quality; "an ace reporter"; "a crack shot"; "a first-rate golfer"; "a super party"; "played top-notch tennis"; "an athlete in tiptop condition"; "she is absolutely tops"

See also: A-one crack first-rate tiptop topnotch top-notch


including more than a specified category; "a super experiment"


extremely large; "another super skyscraper"


to an extreme degree; "extremely cold"; "extremely unpleasant"

See also: extremely exceedingly passing