The word super is a noun. Super means (1) a caretaker for an apartment house; represents the owner as janitor and rent collector.
Super is also an adjective that means (1) including more than a specified category, (2) extremely large, (3) of the highest quality.
Super is also an adverb that means (1) to an extreme degree.
The following articles and web pages elaborate on the word super.
Football has overtaken baseball as the most watched sport in America, and its popularity continues to grow. The Super Bowl alone is watched by more Americans every year than any other televised event.
This is the website for the NFL whose headquarters are in New York City. On the site, users can find out just about anything to do with American football from its earliest history in 1800s to the present day standings, teams, and players. This site also provides information about upcoming games, scores, schedules, rules, and the Super Bowl and how to get tickets to it.
Target opened its first store in 1962 in Roseville, Minnesota. Today there are approximately 1500 stores in 47 states, including 175 super stores that have grocery departments. Target.com provides online shopping for clothing, home, bed and bath, college, kitchen, furniture, toys, electronics and more. The website also features weekly specials and new items.
The following articles provide recent super-related news.
Tom Brady and Terry Bradshaw appear to have more in common than just being star NFL quarterbacks who have led their teams to multiple Super Bowl titles.
Ryan Gaydos. Fox News. Wednesday, 03 Mar 2021 18:07:01 GMT.