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extreme US English

Reaching a high or the highest degree; very great

extreme unction US English

(In the Roman Catholic Church) a former name for the sacrament of anointing of the sick, especially when administered to the dying

in the extreme in extreme US English

To an extreme degree

in the extreme US English

To an extreme degree

terminate someone with extreme prejudice in terminate US English

Murder or assassinate someone (used as a euphemism)

nonextreme US English

Not radical, serious, or exceptional; moderate

terminate someone with extreme prejudice US English

Murder or assassinate someone (used as a euphemism)

extreme US Thesaurus

extreme danger

extreme English-Spanish

extremo

extreme unction English-Spanish

extremaunción f

the extreme left/right in extreme English-Spanish

la extrema izquierda/derecha

in the extreme north/south in extreme English-Spanish

en la zona más septentrional/meridional

a matter of extreme importance in extreme English-Spanish

un asunto de suma importancia

his views tend toward the extreme in tend English-Spanish

sus opiniones tienden a ser extremistas, tiene tendencias extremistas

to be extreme in one's views/opinions in extreme English-Spanish

ser* extremista, tener* ideas/opiniones extremistas

I view the prospect with extreme distaste in distaste English-Spanish

la perspectiva me desagrada profundamente

we're at the extreme limit of our resources in extreme English-Spanish

hemos llegado al límite de nuestros recursos

by being too extreme, they have lost public support in by English-Spanish

por ser demasiado extremistas, han perdido apoyo popular