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super-duper

[soo-per-doo-per] /ˈsu pərˈdu pər/
adjective, Informal.
1.
extremely good, powerful, large, etc.; very super; marvelous or colossal.
Origin of super-duper
1935-1940
1935-40; rhyming compound with invented second element
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super-duper

/ˈsuːpəˈduːpə/
adjective
1.
(informal) extremely pleasing, impressive, etc: often used as an exclamation
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Slang definitions & phrases for super-duper

super 2

adjective

Wonderful; excellent; very superior: America's Teenage Girls Speak Language of Their Own That Is Too Divinely Super

[1895+; perhaps fr superior or superfine; revitalized in the 1960s]

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