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EtymologyEdit

From Latin superabilis(that may be surmounted), from superare(to go over, rise above, surmount), from super(over).

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superable ‎(comparative more superable, superlative most superable)

  1. Capable of being overcome or surmounted; surmountable or conquerable

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AdjectiveEdit

superable m, f ‎(plural superables)

  1. superable

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