[soo-per-kuh-lahy-der] /ˈsu pər kəˌlaɪ dər/ noun, Physics. 1. a very large colliding-beam machine in which superconducting magnets create millions of megavolts of energy.
[soo-per-kuh-luhm-ner] /ˌsu pər kəˈlʌm nər/ adjective, Architecture. 1. existing above a column or columns: a supercolumnar feature. 2. of, relating to, or characterized by supercolumniation: a supercolumnar composition. supercolumnar /ˌsuːpəkəˈlʌmnə/ adjective (architect) 1. having one colonnade above another 2. placed above a colonnade or a column
[soo-per-kuh-luhm-nee-ey-shuh n] /ˌsu pər kəˌlʌm niˈeɪ ʃən/ noun, Architecture. 1. the placing of one order of columns above another.
Combinators with coarser granularity than those proposed by David Turner. A functional program is translated to a set of functions without free variables. The members of the set are selected to be optimal for that program. Supercombinators were proposed by John Hughes at University of Edinburgh.