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maximum

adjective
 
/ˈmæk·sɪ·məm/
B1 The maximum amount of something is the largest amount that is allowed or possible.
最大の, 最高の
the maximum temperature
→  Opposite minimum adj
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 Chinese (Traditional) 最大的, 最高的, 頂點的…
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 Indonesian maksimum…
in Chinese (Simplified) 最大的, 最高的, 顶点的…
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