superspecial

EnglishEdit

Alternative formsEdit

  • super-special

AdjectiveEdit

superspecial (not comparable)

  1. Extremely special
    Oh, isn't that just superspecial.

NounEdit

superspecial (plural superspecials)

  1. (media) An especially large or spectacular mass-media special, such as on television
    • 2002, Chet Raymo, 365 Starry Nights[1], ISBN 0671766066, page 129:
      No indoor pleasures, no television superspecials, can compare to a night full of shooting stars.
  2. (auto racing) A special spectator stage of a rally event
    • 2008 December 8, Sammy Hamill, “Champion Loeb is too hot to handle on icy roads”:
      The clutch of his Focus overheated in the traffic jam around the stadium and he had to nurse the car through the Saturday night superspecial, dropping five seconds to the flying Loeb.

Alternative formsEdit

  • super special
  • (auto racing): SuperSpecial

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Last modified on 20 June 2013, at 00:33