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superstate

(ˈsuːpəˌsteɪt)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a large state, esp created from a federation of states
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superstate

[ˈsuːpəsteɪt] Nsuperestado m
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superstate

[ˈsuːpərsteɪt] n (POLITICS)super État m
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superstate

nSuperstaat m
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From day one the UK has been treated as merely a peripheral entity, unable to have any great influence over the EU's unelected masters but a source of much needed finance for the 'Superstate' dream.
The John Hersey High School Symphonic Band won the title of AAA Honor Band at the Illinois SuperState Concert Band Festival May 4 at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.
I read and agree with Brian Taylor's comments about the shifty underhanded way we were duped into the Superstate of Europe over the years (Journal Letters, April 10).
It's been the overriding aim of the EU to merge into a superstate run by unelected bureaucrats.WHATEDOESITMEAN
The Common Market, for which there was no vote, seemed a reasonable idea at first, but since then the United Kingdom has been gradually lured by stealth into the prospect of an undemocratic European superstate.
I FIND it ironic when Arthur Shaw (Letters October 10th, 2018) asserts that "The EU's sole objective is to become a global superstate, regardless of all else".
Monnet once said: "Europe's nations should be guided towards the superstate without their people understanding what is happening.
We did, however, vote to have our blue passports returned to show that we are British and not part of a European superstate.
On Wednesday, Lobregat raised fears that the BBL might create a 'superstate' in Mindanao that would reap more rights and resources than other Philippine substates to be formed under pending federalism measures in Congress.
The historic "Brexit" referendum (British exit from the European Union) on June 23 was a crucial shot across the bow of the increasingly tyrannical and corrupt EU superstate. In spite of the threats of economic doom, in spite of the scaremongering claims of "Project Fear" that leaving the EU would have a cataclysmic effect on British jobs, pensions, investment, healthcare, security, etc., British voters opted for the "Leave" (Brexit) side 52 to 48 percent.
Ambassador Mulhall also attacked views that a European Superstate was an inevitable destination for member states if Britain stays in the union following the June 23 referendum.
Brussels, Jumada I 11, 1437, Feb 20, 2016, SPA -- British Prime Minister David Cameron says he is ready to recommend that his country remain in the European Union, following a reform deal which he says will ensure that Britain never is "part of a European superstate." "There will be tough new restrictions on access to our welfare system for EU migrants," he says, noting that Britain has secured an "emergency brake" which, once activated, can be applied for seven years to restrict access to British in-work benefits.