Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Super"

The meaning of "Super" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Super sexy dynamite mean?
A: Super -> すばらしい
Sexy -> セクシー ... 色っぽい
Dynamite -> ダイナマイト
Q: What does Q.Have you ever won at the Super Bowl before?


A.It's kind of like how it wokrs out where everybody wins a little money any everybody loses a little money. mean?
A: it means that, that is how the game goes... you either win or lose
Q: What does Super predator mean?
A: 二つの意味があります。頂点捕食者とか、1990年代のアメリカに居た十代の犯人という事です。
Q: What does Super Tuesday mean?
A: It is already done. It happened on March 1. This year, March 16 was a day that people called "Super Tuesday 2"

Example sentences using "Super"

Q: Please show me example sentences with Super and superb.
A: Thank you!
Q: Please show me example sentences with Super great weather in Leofoo Park today. It's an interesting for kids, especially they saw many life animals rather than from media. We went through all games easily because there were not busy today. .
A: It was a great day at Leofoo Park with great weather especially for kids because they could saw many kinds of animals with their own eyes. Everything went smooth because it's not a busy day

Synonyms of "Super" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Super and Superb ?
A: Thanks! :)
Q: What is the difference between Super and Superb ?
A: Well the main difference between super and superb is that super basically refers to something which is good and you just liked it. Whereas, superb refers to something which is awesome or excellent. Both words are used to describe that how much you liked something.
ex. -She is a super girl.
-His performance in the last game was superb.

Translations of "Super"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? かなりリラックスしてる
Super relax???
A: I'm (/You're) so relaxed.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Super merci ! Et concernant les problèmes de son, avez-vous des nouvelles de *nom d’une entreprise*
A: Great, thank you! And regarding the sound problems, do you have any news about [name of company]? ("sound problems" would have to do with an audio recording that has a bad sound quality. If you're talking about a business that is making too much noise for its neighbors, you'd use "noise problems" instead of "sound problems.")
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Super () leader Martin Juther Jr.
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Super chique
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Super!!!
A: You can also just say, "super", but with an English soft "s".

Other questions about "Super"

Q: Super models are related with high-maintenance life styles Does this sound natural?
A: I'm not good at explaining things unfortunately.

I can't think of a time that I'd use "related with". The link below has some examples with "related to".

https://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/english/relate-to-sth

I can't describe the difference between related and associated, I just think associated firs better here, it's what I hear more in this context.
Q: Wow, Super duper.
You are really really great!! Does this sound natural?
A: Super duper is a little awkward, “Wow, amazing!” is better! :) So, “Wow, amazing! You are really, really great!!”

Q: I watched Super Bad. Emma stone, who is famous for Spiderman and La-La-Land, acted as a beautiful girl in a school. The personality of her role was kind to not popular boy, which was common in Spiderman. I didn’t notice she was Emma stone, so I was surprised that how different she was from La-La-Land. I think her facial expression is talented. I can remember vividly that she had awkward face when she was listening her boyfriend’s modern jazz concert. The movie was weird. That not popular boy was cherry and wanted to get alcohol for the party. Police officers ran over him and tried to arrest him. The police officers were naughty to ignore signals with fake sirens. Does this sound natural?
A: ‎I watched Super Bad. Emma stone, who is famous for Spiderman and La-La-Land, acted in it as a beautiful schoolgirl. The personality of the character was kind, specifically to a boy who was not very popular, which was common to Spiderman. I didn’t notice at first she was Emma Stone, and I was surprised how different she was from her role in La-La-Land. I think she it very talented in her use of facial expression. I can remember vividly that she had an awkward look on her face when she was listening to her boyfriend’s modern jazz concert. I did however, think the movie Superbad was weird. The unpopular popular boy was trying to get alcohol for a party, when police officers ran over him and tried to arrest him. The police officers were wrong to ignore signals and use fake sirens.
Q: I never knew for sure if blowing on Super Nintendo cartridges really worked, but I would do it.

or

I never knew for sure if blowing into Super Nintendo cartridges really worked, but I would do it.
Does this sound natural?
A: technically, you're blowing into them but I'd still say blowing on. I'd change the "but I would do it" to "but I still did it"
Q: ライス超超大盛り
らいすちょうちょうおおもり
Super extra-large helping of rice Does this sound natural?
A: It sounds natural, but informal :)

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