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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
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