superar

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Catalan[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Latin superāre, present active infinitive of superō. Doublet of the inherited sobrar.

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superar (first-person singular present supero, past participle superat)

  1. to surpass; exceed
  2. to overcome; get past

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Portuguese[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Latin superāre, present active infinitive of superō. Doublet of the inherited sobrar.

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superar (first-person singular present indicative supero, past participle superado)

  1. to exceed
  2. to overcome

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Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Latin superāre, present active infinitive of superō. Doublet of the inherited sobrar.

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superar (first-person singular present supero, first-person singular preterite superé, past participle superado)

  1. to surpass, exceed
  2. to overcome
  3. to beat, to outdo
  4. to overtake, pass
  5. to get over
    Supéralo, hombre.Get over it, man.
  6. (reciprocal) to outdo each other, to one-up each other
  7. (reflexive) to outdo oneself
  8. (reflexive) to be overcome
  9. (reflexive) to be exceeded, to be surmounted, to be broken (e.g. a record broken)

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