supervenience /sooh'peuhr veen"yeuhns/, supervention /sooh'peuhr ven"sheuhn/, n.supervenient /sooh'peuhr veen"yeuhnt/, adj.
/sooh'peuhr veen"/, v.i., supervened, supervening.
1. to take place or occur as something additional or extraneous (sometimes fol. by on or upon).
2. to ensue.
[1640-50; < L supervenire, equiv. to super- SUPER- + venire to COME]

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