su|per|add

su|per|add
su|per|add «SOO puhr AD», transitive verb.
1. to add besides; add further (to what already exists): »

A toothache was superadded to her other troubles. Jealousy was now superadded to a deeply-rooted enmity (John F. Kirk).

2. to add over and above; add to what has been added: »

A French war is added to the American; and there is…reason…to expect a Spanish war to be superadded to the French (Edmund Burke).

[< Latin superaddere < super- besides, over + addere add]

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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