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extreme

adjective /ikˈstriːm/
very great, especially much more than usual
extremo
extreme pleasure He is in extreme pain.
very far or furthest in any direction, especially out from the centre
extremo
the extreme south-western tip of England Politically, he belongs to the extreme left.
very violent or strong; not ordinary or usual
extremo
He holds extreme views on education.
extremely adverb very
extremadamente
extremely kind.
extremism noun the holding of views which are as far from being moderate as possible
extremismo
political extremism.
extremist noun, adjective
extremista
extremity /-ˈstre-/ noun ( plural extremities) the farthest point
extremo
The two poles represent the extremities of the earth’s axis.
an extreme degree; the quality of being extreme
extremo
Their suffering reached such extremities that many died.
a situation of great danger or distress
situación extrema
They need help in this extremity.
the parts of the body furthest from the middle eg the hands and feet.
extremidades
in the extreme very
en extremo
This type pf work is dangerous in the extreme.
to extremes very far, especially further than is thought to be reasonable
llegar a extremos
She can never express an opinion without going to extremes.
(Definition of extreme from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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