superordinate[so̵̅o̅′pər ôrd′'n it]
Origin: super- plush (sub)ordinate
Used by arrangement with John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
- Of higher rank, status, or value.
- Logic Of or being the relation of a universal proposition to a particular proposition in which the terms are the same and occur in the same order.
Origin: super- + (sub)ordinate.
- suˌper·orˈdi·nate noun
- suˌper·orˈdi·nateˌ verb
- suˌper·orˌdi·naˈtion noun