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Translation of "ultimate" - English-Turkish dictionary

ultimate

adjective [always before noun]     /ˈʌltɪmət/
BEST
B2 better, worse, or greater than all similar things en büyük/yüksek/önemli/güçlü; asıl Climbing Mount Everest is the ultimate challenge. the ultimate insultExtremely good
FINAL
final or most important en son, nihaî the ultimate aim/solutionFinal and finallyBeing important and having importance
Translations of “ultimate”
in Arabic أقْصى…
in Korean 궁극적인…
in Malaysian terakhir…
in French ultime…
in Italian definitivo, massimo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 極端的, 最重要的, 最初的…
in Russian предельный, крайний, конечный…
in Polish największy, ostateczny…
in Vietnamese cuối cùng, sau cùng…
in Spanish mayor, último, final…
in Portuguese final, máximo…
in Thai สุดท้าย…
in German letzt…
in Catalan més gran, màxim…
in Japanese 究極の, 最大の…
in Indonesian terakhir…
in Chinese (Simplified) 极端的, 最重要的, 最初的…
(Definition of ultimate adjective from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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