superioradjective

  • ja上級の、高位の
  • enhigher in rank, quality, or ability, or amount

Examples

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Applicant is attempting to blackmail interviewer, showing low moral character.
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Interviewer is threatening applicant with an arbitrary review process.
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Applicant is wasting everyone's time with stupid and inane accusations.
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Interviewer has suspect motives.
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Applicant has a head shaped like a trapezoid.
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Interviewer has turned off applicant's interest in Cornell.
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And they are going to go to the vastly superior Dartmouth.
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Look, the Tea Party isn't the grassroots movement you think it is.
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It's actually funded by big business types who are using you to get the government out of their way
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so they can roll over everyone.
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Mom held hands with a woman at the gas station this morning.
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Don't know what that means. Just reporting it.
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All I'm saying is you're being used and you're too clueless to know it.
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You just think you're so superior, don't you?
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Like that first creature to walk on dry land.
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Wait, wait, wait , wait. What's all this?
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Just some components for my science fair project. Got a lot of work to do this weekend.
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Later.
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This whole "I love you" thing is just a scheme to wig me out so I won't be able to focus on my project.
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I told him so.
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Well, I will not weak.
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Yeah, 'cause this is the year that Mindy Crenshaw will finally bow down to my superior scientific ability.
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- Dude, check your zipper. - Man, what is wrong with this thing?
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Listen, we don't know how else to say this, but we're worried about you guys.
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Yeah, I mean, I respect the fact that you don't wanna have kids.
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Don't make this about the baby cult, okay, Marina?
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I don't appreciate that kind of superior attitude. It's really ugly.
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Sherlock Holmes, the most famous fictional detective of all time,
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was based off a real Scottish lecturer from the 19th century named Doctor Joseph Bell.
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Bell was a lecturer at the University of Edinburgh in Scotland,
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and was known for his incredible observational skills and superior intelligence.
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In fact, he was famous for being able to observe a man
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and instantly deduce things he couldn't possibly have known.
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Thank you, Principal Wartz.
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And thanks to all of you.
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After all, it isn't just my passion for knowledge and my superior dedication
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that keeps me dutifully coming back to P.S.118 each and every day.
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It's also the kind, nurturing environment created by my wonderful friends and peers.
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Yeah, the main reason why I joined the grammar police is 'cause when I was growing up,
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my friends used to always make fun of my superior knowledge of the English language and call me grammar Nazi.
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So I was like, "Hey, why not join the grammar police
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and make some money being a grammar Nazi, you know?
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Who is the smarter sibling?
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Obviously me, man.
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- What? - Yeah.
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How would you come up with such things?
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- How do you determine such? - I just can't admit that you are superior in that aspect.
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I mean, I'm clearly superior, I mean, come on.
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Wanna just decide over thumb war?
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One, two, three, four, I declare a thumb war.

Other meanings for superior...

superiornoun

  • ja上級、高位
  • ensomeone in a higher position at work
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Question: how many calories do you think I burned walking from there to there?
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You, female closest to me.
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Oh, uh, 3?
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Three? Ah-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha!
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Try 0.8, numbnuts.
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I made promises to my superiors that I most certainly cannot keep.
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That's why I need you idiots to work twice as hard.
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No, no, no, strike that. Four times as hard.
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No, no, no, strike that.
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I need you morons to work 8 times harder than you've ever worked in your entire life!
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- Hi, Kelly. - Screw you.
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Excuse me.
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That is no way to address a superior.
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Oh, yeah? Screw you, too!
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As a black gay man, I never had a superior who was on my side.
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So the advice I offered you, that came from a different place at a different time.
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You give me a good raise, or no more sex.
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This may be the first time that a male subordinate has attempted to get a modest scheduled raise
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by threatening to withhold sex from a female superior.
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It will be a groundbreaking case when it inevitably goes to trial.