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maximum

adjective
 
 
/ˈmæk.sɪ.məm/
being the largest amount or number allowed or possible
最大的;最高的;頂點的
maximum speed/effort/temperature
最高速度/最大努力/最高溫度
The bomb was designed to cause the maximum amount of damage.
設計這種炸彈是為了造成最大程度的破壞。
Maximum and minimum
Translations of “maximum”
in Arabic أقْصى حَدّ…
in Korean 최대의…
in Malaysian maksimum…
in French maximum…
in Turkish azamî, en yüksek, en büyük…
in Italian massimo…
in Russian максимальный…
in Polish maksymalny…
in Vietnamese tối đa…
in Spanish máximo…
in Portuguese máximo…
in Thai สูงสุด…
in German höchst…
in Catalan màxim…
in Japanese 最大の, 最高の…
in Indonesian maksimum…
in Chinese (Simplified) 最大的, 最高的, 顶点的…
(Definition of maximum adjective from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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