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most

adverb
 
 
/məʊst/
the most attractive/important/popular, etc A2 used to show that someone or something has the greatest amount of a quality: She's the most beautiful girl I've ever seen. There are various reasons but this is the most important.Comparing and contrasting
A2 more than anyone or anything else: Which subject do you like most? Sam enjoyed the swings most of all.Maximum and minimum
Translations of “most”
in Spanish más, muy, de lo más…
in Korean 최고로…
in Arabic الأكْثَر…
in Portuguese mais…
in French le plus, très, presque…
in German am meisten, äußerst, fast…
in Catalan més…
in Japanese 最も…
in Italian di più, più, maggiormente…
in Russian больше всего…
in Turkish her şeyden çok, en çok, en fazla…
in Polish najbardziej…
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