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His role in both goals was superb. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The ridge forms a superb upper anchor point for the mighty sheets of the temporal muscles. The Runaway Brain: the Evolution of Human Uniqueness (1993)They both have great traits that make them superb managers. Times, Sunday Times (2007)That meal was superb in food quality and service. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Due to retire after the final but no one is quite sure why given his superb displays. The Sun (2011)The minor inconvenience is made up for by the superb views over the loch. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Four superb goals wowed the home crowd. The Sun (2010) Quality is superb and the game carefully hung. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Our slight disappointment is a tribute to the superb quality of what has gone before. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Germanic attention to detail and rigorous standards ensure consistent quality and superb value for money. The Sun (2009)The main objective of the project was to take advantage of the superb views and your ideas certainly do that. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It was a superb team performance. The Sun (2014)Old maps make superb display pieces. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Thought our two goals were superb! The Sun (2013)Superb views from the right rooms. Umbria - the green heart of Italy (1989)Superb display of swing bowling got him a deserved five-wicket haul in the first innings. The Sun (2009)Superb compact form of Arizona cork bark fir. Winter Garden Glory (1993)They make some superb and intriguing wines, but at prices to match. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Superb Brazil goal made it three in three games. The Sun (2012)A surfeit of superb attacking displays made choosing a front four tricky. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Moreover, his form is superb. Times, Sunday Times (2013)These have superb sound - clear, natural and not overwhelmed by too much bass. The Sun (2014)
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Translations for 'superb'
British English: superb /sʊˈpɜːb; sjʊ-/ ADJECTIVE
If something is superb, it is very good indeed.
The actor gives a superb performance as a retired police officer.
- American English: superb
- Arabic: مُـمْتَاز
- Brazilian Portuguese: excelente
- Chinese: 卓越的
- Croatian: izvanredan
- Czech: znamenitý
- Danish: superb
- Dutch: groots
- European Spanish: espléndido
- Finnish: erinomainen
- French: superbe
- German: hervorragend
- Greek: έξοχος
- Italian: superbo
- Japanese: すばらしい
- Korean: 훌륭한
- Norwegian: superb
- Polish: wspaniały
- European Portuguese: excelente
- Romanian: superb
- Russian: великолепный
- Spanish: espléndido
- Swedish: storartad
- Thai: วิเศษ
- Turkish: muhteşem
- Ukrainian: грандіозний
- Vietnamese: cực ấn tượng
Definition of superb from the Collins English Dictionary
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