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max out (something)

slang
phrasal verb with max verb
to ​reach the ​greatestlevel or ​amount of something: We had seven ​creditcards and we maxed them all out. My ​car maxes out at about 80 ​miles an ​hour.
(Definition of max out (something) from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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