Definition of superate in English:

superate

verb

rare
  • 1with object To surpass, exceed.

  • 2with object To overcome, conquer; to get over, surmount. Compare earlier superate.

Origin

Late 16th century. Originally from classical Latin superāt-, past participial stem of superāre to climb over, to cross, to get beyond, to pass, to rise or extend above, to be superior to, to surpass, excel, to exceed, to prevail over, to overcome, defeat, to surmount from superus higher.

Pronunciation

superate

/ˈsuːpəreɪt//ˈsjuːpəreɪt/