from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. Used to indicate that the current citation is from the same source as the previous one.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. Over; above; before; also, beyond; besides; -- much used as a prefix.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- A prefix of Latin origin, meaning ‘above,’ ‘beyond.’
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. at an earlier place
"Statura fuit supra modum humili," etc.] [Footnote 129: Sc. Sammarthani Elog., _ubi supra_.] [Footnote 130: Lefèvre's scientific works were numerous, and some of them passed through many editions during the early years of the sixteenth century.
If Google can continue its upward trajectory, it will emerge as a genetic variant of the multi-national corporation or what I call a supra-national enterprise.
Both of those guys have achieved long term supra-normal returns.
If a world fiat currency were established -- a so-called supra-reserve currency -- all it would do is allow the world's financial systems to do what they are already doing, but with more devastating results.
Mark Field was pleasant enough to point out actual case law, supra, which is persuasive although distinguishable, as superskeptic pointed out.
The potential vegetation cover is described as supra-Mediterranean, with climax cover of Quercus spp. and Ostrya spp. and beech Fagus sylvatica forest above 700 m.
Along the dorsal edge of the scapula of the rabbit is unossified cartilage, which is called the supra-scapula (s. sc.).
There would be, in other words, a supra-intellectual intuition.
(PhysOrg. com) -- Rising temperatures on the Greenland ice sheet cause the creation of large surface lakes called supra-glacial lakes.
The name supposedly came from the fact the wines were made "supra" or above the rules.