to put in as extra; add to what has already been added
Origin of superaddClassical Latin superaddere: see super- and amp; add
(third-person singular simple present superadds, present participle superadding, simple past and past participle superadded)
- 2007, Lex Newman The Cambridge companion to Locke's "Essay concerning human understanding""Ž
- Locke's claim that God may superadd to matter a faculty of thinking allows us to usefully relabel our problem. . .
super- +"Ž add