Origin of superinduceClassical Latin superinducere: see super- and amp; induce
transitive verbsu·per·in·duced, su·per·in·duc·ing, su·per·in·duc·es
Origin of superinduceLatin superind&umacron;cere : super-, super- + ind&umacron;cere, to lead in; see induce.
(third-person singular simple present superinduces, present participle superinducing, simple past and past participle superinduced)
- To bring in as an addition.
- To cause (especially further disease) in addition (to an existing medical condition).
- To place over (something or someone); to cover.
From late Latin superindÅ«cere.