hyperpresent

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

hyper- +‎ present

Adjective[edit]

hyperpresent (comparative more hyperpresent, superlative most hyperpresent)

  1. Very highly present; in the foreground.
    • 2004, Daniel Lefkowitz, Words and Stones, page 209:
      As a result, Palestinians are hyperpresent in Israeli media, while Mizrahim are erased from public discourse.

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