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best-known
Pronunciation: / ˌbɛstˈnoʊn / Pronunciation: /ˈbɛstnəʊn/

Translation of best-known in Spanish:

adjective

  • más famoso
    más conocido
    Example sentences
    • The best known is the great wheel-head cross, now preserved in the modern Parish Church.
    • The Lake District is the best known, closely followed by the Peak District and Snowdonia.
    • Coca-cola may be the world's biggest and best known brand, an icon from Troon to Timbuktu.

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