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Definition of “least” - Learner’s Dictionary

least

quantifier     /liːst/
B2 the smallest amount: She earns the least money of all of us. Jake had more experience than anyone else and I probably had the least.Maximum and minimum
to say the least
used to emphasize that you could have said something in a much stronger way: We were surprised, to say the least.Exaggerating and playing downPraising and applauding
Translations of “least”
in Korean 최소한의…
in Arabic الأقَلّ…
in Portuguese menos…
in Catalan menys, menor…
in Japanese 一番少ない…
in Italian il meno, il minimo…
in Russian наименьшее количество…
in Turkish en az, en düşük…
in Polish najmniej, najmniejszy…
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