- /ˈsupədɛns ˌθɪəri/ (say 'soohpuhdens .thearree)
the cosmological theory that the universe has evolved from one superdense agglomeration of matter which suffered an explosion; the observed expansion of the universe is regarded as a result of this explosion, the galaxies flying apart like fragments from an exploding bomb.
Australian English dictionary. 2014.
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