having the specified property to an extreme or excessive degree; very: an uber fancy restaurant.
designating a person or thing that exceeds the norms or limits of its kind or class: uber intellectuals.
- Also German ü·ber [y-buhr]. /ˈü bər/.
Other definitions for uber- (2 of 2)
A prefixal use of uber, adverb and adjective, with the basic meaning “over, beyond.” It is added to adjectives and nouns to form compounds (uberstylish; uberchefs): a hyphen is sometimes used in new coinages or in any words whose component parts it may be desirable to set off distinctly (uber-luxe).
- Also über- .
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How to use uber in a sentence
Services like Airbnb, Yelp, and yes, uber are disrupting long-established industries, from taxis to hotels.
And now Portland, Los Angeles, and San Francisco are all suing uber for refusing to play by their old regulatory playbooks.
If uber did actually mislead its customers, it should certainly be held responsible.
Hell, one of the Dixie Chicks even offered to uber her balls over to the company.Sony: Hollywood’s Most Subversive Studio Under Attack | Marlow Stern | December 23, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Gawker sneered that uber is "Ayn Rand's favorite car service."
Heaven knows, but for their strangeness, have you never seen a Cat wash her face?uber.Beaumont & Fletcher's Works (8 of 10) | Francis Beaumont
It is Deutschland uber Alles; the stars are fighting for the Teuton race.The Firefly Of France | Marion Polk Angellotti
Erat in monasteriis uber historiarum, genealogiarum et poeseos collectio.
We may take Buhler's "uber Gedanken" to illustrate the kind of results arrived at by such methods.The Analysis of Mind | Bertrand Russell
In that same region are the mountains of Caspia, which are called uber in the country.Early Travels in Palestine | Arculf et al.
British Dictionary definitions for uber-
indicating the highest, greatest, or most extreme example of something: America's ubernerd, Bill Gates; the uber-hip young Bohemians
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