What does hyper mean?

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ˈhaɪ pərhy·per

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  1. hyper(Adjective)

    Short for hyperactive

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  1. Hyper

    Hyper is a multi-platform Australian video game magazine. Australia's longest running gaming magazine, it has been in publication since 1993, and was released the same month as the better known UK magazine Edge. It is currently edited by David Wildgoose. Hyper's sister magazine is the PC game-oriented PC PowerPlay, also published by Next Media.

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  1. Alex
    US English
    Daniel
    British
    Karen
    Australian
    Veena
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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of hyper in Chaldean Numerology is: 3

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of hyper in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9

Examples of hyper in a Sentence

  1. Chief Financial Officer Christophe Hidalgo:

    Our bet is that sales volumes may grow and we may maintain margins in the super and hyper market segments.

  2. Charlotte Uhl:

    She just loved life and loved everybody she met, she loved her church. She was always hyper and ready for anything.

  3. Nicholas McQuire:

    Few people on the planet have the ability to manage the hyper-growth machine that Amazon has been [ better ] than Andy Jassy, and then of course you layer in the most important thing : the ingrained culture and leadership aspects from inside Amazon, which obviously he displays and has proven himself around.

  4. Colin Gillis:

    There are questions about what's the sustainable margin for this ? Are we seeing just a hyper growth phase now ? But for right now, AWS is driving the train, and it's going to for the near future.

  5. Saul Anuzis:

    He's a hyper-fast moving type of guy, when he sits across from you and says,' I'm making a commitment and I'm asking you to make a commitment,' -- he's not benefiting from it financially or politically in any way -- I think that's a pretty powerful selling tool to have.' Keep the Promises This summer, Toby Neugebauer stepped back from day-to-day operations and was replaced primarily by David Barton, a Texas operative with deep ties to the nation's pastors. Tom Patrick, Tom Patrick, said Tom Patrick hadn't heard from Toby Neugebauer in months. Like David Barton, the three groups tied to the three anchor families all have religious tones. Keep the Promise III, backed solely by $ 15 million from Texas fracking giants Farris and Dan Wilks, is breaking through in digital organizing via Promise III Reigniting the Promise project, with a months-old Facebook page that has quickly earned more than 350,000 likes. Conservative Solutions Project is advised by Jon Francis, a Dan Wilks family member and the manager of their philanthropic giving, along with a coterie of anti-abortion activists from a group called Online for Life, who have no prior experience in partisan politics. Keep the Promise I, funded by Long Island billionaire Robert Mercer and helmed by Kellyanne Conway, a well-regarded GOP political operative, is focusing a $ 1 million radio campaign on Christian channels in Iowa, where Ted Cruz is increasingly polling well. The $ 11 million group is also diversifying its portfolio and hiring organizers in the states. Steve King, an Iowa political operative and son of powerful Rep. Steve King, is leading a growing field team in the Hawkeye State, and there are plans to staff up in South Carolina as well to supplement the official campaign field team -- which South Carolina's bumping into on the trail.

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    • A. busy
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