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Translation of "utmost" - English-Spanish dictionary

utmost

adjective   /ˈʌt.məʊst/ ( formal uttermost   /ˈʌt.ə-/)
used to emphasize how important or serious something is mayor, sumo a matter of the utmost importance The situation needs to be handled with the utmost care.2443
noun   /ˈʌt.məʊst/ ( formal uttermost   /ˈʌt.əˌməʊst/)
the greatest amount or degree possible extremo, máximo The new model of the car offers the utmost in power and performance.1805
→  Idioms do/try your utmost
(Definition of utmost from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

utmost

adjective /ˈatməust/
most distant extremo the utmost ends of the earth.
greatest possible extremo, mayor Take the utmost care!
do one’s utmost
to make the greatest possible effort hacer todo lo posible She has done her utmost to help him.
(Definition of utmost from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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