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best-of

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Pronunciation: /ˈbɛstɔv
 
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Definition of best-of in English:

noun

informal
A list or collection comprising the best examples of something, especially songs by a particular band or artist: yet another Frank Sinatra best-of [as modifier]: a best-of CD
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  • With that knowledge, it's assumed one doesn't look at this as an album - like most best-ofs - but as an encapsulation of what this band did.
  • And then, perhaps best of all, these 22 budget-priced best-ofs, that are about the best you can get.
  • Together, they make a worthwhile introduction to New Order - except that most of this material is available not only on albums but also on two previous best-ofs.

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