über-

über-

 (ü′bər, o͞o′bər) or uber- (o͞o′bər)
pref.
1. Extremely; very: übertrendy.
2. Extreme, as in degree or intensity: über-skeptic.
3. Superior; excellent: über-hunk.

[German, super- (as in Übermensch, superman), from über, above, over, beyond, from Middle High German, from Old High German ubar, uber (prep.) and uberi, uberi (adv.); see uper in Indo-European roots.]
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uber-

(ˈuːbə) or

über-

combining form
indicating the highest, greatest, or most extreme example of something: America's ubernerd, Bill Gates; the uber-hip young Bohemians.
[C20: from German über over, above]
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uber-

[ˈuːbər-] prefixsuper-
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