Definición de superlative en inglés:

superlative

Saltos de línea: su|per¦la|tive
Pronunciación: /suːˈpəːlətɪv
 
, sjuː-/

adjetivo

  • 2 Grammar (Of an adjective or adverb) expressing the highest or a very high degree of a quality (e.g. bravest, most fiercely). Contrasted with positive and comparative.
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    • The result was a phenomenal success and classical music critics around the world competed with each other to invent ever-new terms of superlative praise.

sustantivo

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  • 1 Grammar A superlative adjective or adverb.
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • Joseph's resume is also peppered with superlatives.
    • This use of superlatives is poor journalism, period.
  • 1.1 (the superlative) The highest degree of comparison.
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    • It does so most often in the form of the comparative and the superlative of bad: worse and worst.
  • 2 (usually superlatives) An exaggerated or hyperbolical expression of praise: the critics ran out of superlatives to describe him
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    • And the only one who saw through the hyperbole and the meaningless superlatives was my Aunt Petunia, and she was half-deaf.
    • After writing nearly 100 DVD reviews, one begins to run out of superlatives to describe the better discs which pass before the eyes and ears.
    • I can heap superlatives attempting to describe the merits of this film.

Derivativos

superlatively

adverbio
[as submodifier]: he was superlatively fit
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  • In the dry season (December to June) Castara Bay is superlatively clear, with a healthy coral reef beginning about 50 yards offshore.
  • The action is covered in a series of long takes with superlatively choreographed movement within the frame.
  • He had been recognized years ago as a superlatively gifted and disciplined craftsman.

superlativeness

sustantivo
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  • It is a movement of life which shows life in its superlativeness and at its best.
  • It is applied as an epithet denoting superlativeness of any quality.
  • I agree with you on the superlativeness of a really good dark chocolate truffle.

Origen

late Middle English: from Old French superlatif, -ive, from late Latin superlativus, from Latin superlatus 'carried beyond', past participle of superferre.

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