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Spanish translation of “utmost”

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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.
Translations of “utmost”
in French le plus éloigné, le plus grand (possible)…
in German äußerst…
in Chinese (Traditional) 最大的, 極度的…
in Russian крайний, предельный…
in Turkish son derece, pek çok, en fazla…
in Chinese (Simplified) 最大的, 极度的…
in Polish najwyższy, największy…
(Definition of utmost from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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