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most

quantifier
 
 
/məʊst/
ALMOST ALL A2 almost all of a group of people or things
çoğu, büyük bir kısmı, hemen hemen tümü
Most people think he's guilty. Most of our students walk to school.Large in number or quantity
MORE THAN B2 a larger amount than anyone or anything else
en çok, en fazla
This one costs the most. Which of you earns most?Maximum and minimum
the most B1 the largest number or amount possible
azamî, maksimum
That's the most I can pay you.Maximum and minimum
make the most of sth B2 to take full advantage of something because it may not last long
en iyi biçimde faydalanmak; azami ölçüde yararlanmak; ziyadesiyle tadını çıkarmak
We should make the most of this good weather.Advantage and disadvantage
at (the) most not more than a particular amount or number
olsa olsa, en çok, en fazla
The journey will take an hour at the most.Maximum and minimum
(Definition of most quantifier from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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