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supreme

adjective uk   /suːˈpriːm/ us  
C1 having the highest rank, level, or importance: the supreme commander of the armed forces the Supreme Court The present constitution gives supreme authority to the presidency. Beethoven reigns supreme among classical composers. very great, or the best: For me, dieting requires a supreme effort of will. She was awarded a medal for showing supreme bravery.
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