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superior

US [sʊˈpɪriər]
UK [sʊˈpɪəriə(r)]
  • n.上级;上司;级别(或地位、职位)更高的人;用作宗教团体领导的头衔
  • adj.(在品质上)更好的;占优势的;更胜一筹的
  • Web高级房;优越的;较高的
Plural Form:superiors  
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adj.
1.
~ (to sb/sth)
(在品质上)更好的;占优势的;更胜一筹的better in quality than sb/sth else; greater than sb/sth else
vastly superior
强得多
superior intelligence
更强的智力
This model is technically superior to its competitors.
这一款式在技术上超过了与之竞争的产品。
Liverpool were clearly the superior team.
利物浦队明显更胜一筹。
The enemy won because of their superior numbers(= there were more of them) .
敌人由于在人数上占优而取胜。
2.
~ (to sb)
(在级别、重要性或职位上)更高的higher in rank, importance or position
my superior officer
我的上级军官
superior status
更高的地位
a superior court of law
上级法院
3.
有优越感的;高傲的showing by your behaviour that you think you are better than others
a superior manner
神气活现的态度
He always looks so superior.
他总是显得那么有优越感。
4.
质量卓越的;出类拔萃的;超群的of very good quality; better than other similar things
superior apartments
高级公寓套房
n.
1.
级别(或地位、职位)更高的人;上级;上司a person of higher rank, status or position
your social superiors
社会地位比自己高的人
He's my immediate superior(= the person directly above me) .
他是我的顶头上司。
I'm going to complain to your superiors.
我要去找你的上级投诉。
2.
(用作宗教团体领导的头衔)used in titles for the head of a religious community
Mother Superior
修女会院长

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