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How is the prefix “uber-” differently used in German vs. English?
In English usage the prefix "über" (loaned from German) has the meaning of: über-, uber-: denoting an outstanding or supreme example of a particular kind of person or thing. Oxford Dictionaries ...
Jul 20 '11 at 6:59
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