adjective Etymology: reduplication of 1super Date: 1940 of the greatest excellence, size, effectiveness, or impressiveness

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  • super-duper — ☆ super duper [so͞o′pər do͞o′pər ] adj. [redupl. of SUPER1] Slang extremely great, large, impressive, etc …   English World dictionary

  • super-duper — AND super dooper mod. excellent. □ That’s just super duper. Couldn’t have asked for better. □ Where is this super dooper car of yours? …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • super-duper — very large, exciting or powerful, totally awesome    After class, Julie went to the cafe and ordered a super duper sundae with a cherry on top …   English idioms

  • super-duper — /sooh peuhr dooh peuhr/, adj. Informal. extremely good, powerful, large, etc.; very super; marvelous or colossal. [1935 40; rhyming compound with invented second element] * * * …   Universalium

  • super-duper — /supə ˈdupə/ (say soohpuh doohpuh) adjective Colloquial extremely fine, great, pleasing, etc. {reduplication of super (def. 9) …   Australian English dictionary

  • super-duper — var. of SUPER adj. 1 …   Useful english dictionary

  • super-duper — adjective Very excellent; truly great …   Wiktionary

  • super duper — wonderful, excellent, extraordinary …   English contemporary dictionary

  • super-duper — adjective informal, humorous excellent; very good …   English new terms dictionary

  • super-duper — su•per du•per [[t]ˈsu pərˈdu pər[/t]] adj. Slang. unusually large, good, fine, etc.; marvelous; colossal • Etymology: 1935–40; rhyming compound with invented second element …   From formal English to slang

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