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electronic superhighway

dated The Internet. I grew up in the '90s when the so-called electronic superhighway was drastically changing the world. The AOL dial-up noise was basically the soundtrack to that time in history.

fly

1. slang Having an awareness of what is hip and current. Maria is fly—she'll be able to tell you the best club to go to.
2. slang Fashionable; cool. Those sunglasses are really fly.

information superhighway

dated The Internet. I grew up in the '90s when the so-called information superhighway was drastically changing the world. The AOL dial-up noise was basically the soundtrack to that time in history.

super dooper

childish slang
1. adjective Excellent or awesome. Usually hyphenated and used before a noun. Tommy got a super-dooper new video game console for Christmas. A: "How was the water park, Billy?" B: "Oh gee, Mom, it was super dooper!"
2. adverb Extremely; very much or to a great degree. We're all super dooper excited to meet your new girlfriend! It was super dooper hot in Spain, so we stayed on the beach most of the time. Aw, jeez, I'm super-dooper sorry about that!
See also: dooper, super

super duper

childish slang
1. adjective Excellent or awesome. Usually hyphenated and used before a noun. Tommy got a super-duper new video game console for Christmas. A: "How was the water park, Billy?" B: "Oh gee, Mom, it was super duper!"
2. adverb Extremely; very much or to a great degree. We're all super duper excited to meet your new girlfriend! It was super duper hot in Spain, so we stayed on the beach most of the time. Aw, jeez, I'm super-duper sorry about that!
See also: duper, super

superfly

slang Extremely hip, cool, excellent, or impressive. The DJ was playing superfly tunes all night long. A smart, superfly young woman like you is gonna go far in this world.

superfood

A food that is hailed as exceptionally nutritious. I know kale is a superfood, but I just can't force myself to eat it.

super-strap

slang A diligent, overearnest student. My brother was such a burnout during high school, so it's weird seeing him turn into such a total super-strap later in life.

take the Browns to the Super Bowl

slang To defecate. It is a pun in which "Super Bowl" refers to a toilet, and "the Browns" refers to the Cleveland Browns football team (chosen because feces are brown). Hang on, I've got to take the Browns to the Super Bowl before we leave the house.
See also: bowl, Brown, super, take, to
Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2015 Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved.

fly someone or something (into some place) (from some place)

 and fly someone or something in
to transport someone or something to some place from some place. We flew the documents into Adamsville from Springfield. We flew in the documents to Chicago from Springfield.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

fly

1. mod. knowledgeable; alert and in the know. This dude is fly; there’s no question about it.
2. mod. nice-looking; stylish. I like your fly shoes, Sam.

super

1. mod. fine; excellent. This report is just super!
2. n. superintendent. The super comes by every now and then to check on things.

super-duper

and super-dooper
mod. excellent. That’s just super-duper. Couldn’t have asked for better.

super-dooper

verb

superfly

mod. excellent; wonderful. I don’t care about this superfly gent of yours. If he doesn’t have a job, I don’t want you seeing him anymore. Ya hear?

super-strap

n. an earnest and hardworking student. (As compared to a jock; strap; superjock.) I couldn’t be a super-strap even if I had the brains. I just don’t care that much.
McGraw-Hill's Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions Copyright © 2006 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.

fly

/blow the coop
To make a getaway; escape.
American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth Edition. Copyright © 2016 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. Published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. All rights reserved.
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