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übernice

Extremely pleasing or good; good-looking; very nice apparent meaning: Extremely good or pleasing. This is a very interesting formation, and the exact reasons for its usage are unclear. The More…

übershopper

a consumer who habitually shops and masterfully finds bargains in order to purchase merchandise. These people are the base of the American consumer economy due to their frequent, passionate More…

Ub3ri5h

: Something that is mediocre or decent, but could be improved upon or made better. This word had a multi-phased formation. The root word is ‘uber,’ which is from German. More…

uber

It means the same as the adverb "very" or "extremely." This word was used in the same context as "very" or "extremely." The person used it for more emphasis on the object. When the More…

uber

added to the front of an adjective, this prefix serves as an intensifier. =That's ubercool! =A friend

uber

above; superior This term is often used online to express magnitude or superiority. It may also be used as a prefix like ‘super’ or ‘hyper’. It probably originally More…

Uber

above, greater, better, super, amazing. =This word is used more on the internet than in real life and is usually used as a synonym to super or above, indicating something is big or better. More…

Uber(1)

(borrowed from german) Used to describe something that is the best, the top, something that nothing is better than. =Originating from the german word "über," which means above, More…

uber(1)

A very enthusiastic individual about a particular person or thing. =Uber has previously been an adjective meaning “very”. Often times, it is used to emphasize how good something is More…

Uber-delish

(and clipping) very, super delicious =“Try our uber-delish sandwich!” Etymology : German uber ‘very, extremely’ + ‘delish’ clipped from delicious. =An advertisement 11/04/10

Uber10

(verb) 'get a ride using the Uber app' =Thus, “uber” is a synonym to both “taxi” and “drive” or “ride.” It functions as a quick, easy way to convey the idea of ordering and riding More…

Uberfriendly

very friendly I think uber is becoming a very common prefix in American slang simply because people enjoy saying the word uber. It sounds a little funny, but cool, to American ears. Uber in More…

ubergasmic

Very enjoyable. The speaker was trying to show how good his hamburger was. =This hamburger was ubergasmic. Etymology : Blend of “uber” and “orgasmic.” =Patrick More…

Ubergeek

Extremely geeky people =This term was used affectionately by a webcomic artist to describe his avid fans. This webcomic celebrates geeks, so being called extremely geeky isn’t pejorative. More…

ubering10

(verb) The term “ubering” means to be en route to someone by way of an uber. =“Ubering” replaces the word driving and can be used in the phrase; “I’m ubering your way now”. Etymology : More…

Uberlicious

(Suffixation) The best, above all, more uber than uber. Many young people today use uber in place of ‘very’ and ‘extremely’ because it is fun and interesting to say. In this case, people More…

Ubiquitousness

(noun) ubiquity, universality =Usually used (either knowingly or unknowingly) as an alternative to ubiquity. Etymology : By adding a common noun ending ‘-ness,’ users derive a noun from More…


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