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Spanish translation of “supreme”

supreme

adjective /suˈpriːm/
the highest, greatest, or most powerful
supremo
the supreme ruler.
the greatest possible
supremo
an act of supreme courage.
supremely adverb
supremamente
She was supremely confident of winning the prize.
supremacy /suˈpreməsi/ noun the state of being the greatest or most powerful
supremacía
How did Rome maintain her supremacy over the rest of the world for so long?
the Supreme Court noun the highest court of law in (a state of) the USA and many other countries.
el Tribunal Supremo
(Definition of supreme from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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