- A maximum amount or setting: the sound is distorted to the maxMore example sentences
- Visitors to his Pebble Beach manse find that not only are bathrooms and fridges stocked to the max but so is the supply of athletic equipment.
- So there is that strain there too, where one set of associations, if you like, are being resourced to the max, and the trade unions are not.
- For there will be a whole subsegment of patients who get placed on second and third drugs or whose doses get pushed to the max to try to meet the ideal cholesterol level.
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- Reach or cause to reach the limit of capacity or ability: [no object]: job growth in high technology will max outMore example sentences
- I didn't want them knowing I was maxed to the limit.
- Within four years, the brewery had maxed out its production capacity.
- But he felt the bar business had maxed out its potential while the wine business had tremendous possibility of growth.
More definitions of maxDefinition of max in:
- The US English dictionary