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supergroup

(ˈsuːpəˌɡruːp)
n
(Music, other) a rock band whose members are individually famous from previous groups
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supergroup

[ˈsuːpəgruːp] Ngrupo m estrella, superbanda f
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supergroup

[ˈsuːpərgruːp] n (= pop group) → super groupe m, méga(-)groupe m
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