superscript

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Etymology[edit]

From Middle French superscript, from Latin superscriptus (written above).

Noun[edit]

superscript (plural superscripts)

  1. (typography) A type of lettering form that appears as a number, figure, or symbol above the normal line of type, located at the right or left of another symbol or text.

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Verb[edit]

superscript (third-person singular simple present superscripts, present participle superscripting, simple past and past participle superscripted)

  1. (computing, transitive, of a text) To convert to a superscript form.

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