- tending to involve, or extending authority over, more than one nation; international; supranational.
Origin of supernational
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Examples from the Web for supernational
It is international, and independent in a supernational unity.
Diplomats are the legal representatives of nations—only there is no supernational court before which they can state their case.The World in Chains
The Chinese commonwealth of the past was supernational; it seemed to the Chinese like unified civilized humanity.Government in Republican China
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It is in the same sense extranational, in the same sense international, and has in the same sense a supernational unity.
In Das Kunstwerk der Zukunft he showed that beyond the "local nationalism" were signs of a "supernational universalism."Musicians of To-Day
- a less common word for supranational
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