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supremeadjective [not gradable]

us   /səˈprim, su-/
at the highest level: The dictionary was called the supreme authority on all matters relating to the language.
supremely
adverb [not gradable] us   /səˈprim·li, su-/
He was supremely self-confident.
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"supreme" in British English

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supremeadjective

uk   /suːˈpriːm/ us   /suːˈpriːm/
C1 having the highest rank, level, or importance: the supreme commander of the armed forces the Supreme Court The country's present constitution gives supreme authority to the presidency. Beethoven reigns supreme among classical composers.
very great, or the best: For me, dieting requires a supreme effort of will. She was awarded a medal for showing supreme bravery.

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