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- 1.1 (nearly all)most daily newspapers have crosswordsla mayoría dela mayor parte demost people would agreela mayoría or la mayor parte de los diarios traen crucigramasyou'll find me there most dayscasi todo el mundo or la mayoría de la gente estaría de acuerdo1.2 (as superlative) who eats (the) most meat in your family?estoy allí casi todos los díasthe winner is the person who answers the most questions correctly¿quién es el que come más carne de tu familia?gana la persona que más preguntas acierta or que acierta el mayor número de preguntas
- 1.1 (nearly all)all of the houses have central heating and most have garagesla mayoríala mayor partemost of us/themtodas las casas tienen calefacción central y la mayoría or la mayor parte tienen garajesmost of the wine has been drunkla mayoría de nosotros/ellosI read most of itse ha bebido casi todo el vinomost of my experience has been in saleslo leí casi todo1.2 (as superlative) she ate the mostcasi toda mi experiencia ha sido en ventaswhich of your employees earns (the) most?fue la que más comiócomió más que nadieit is the most we can offer you¿cuál de sus empleados es el que gana más?at (the) mostes todo lo que podemos ofrecerleyou'll be cautioned at (the) mostcomo máximotwo days at the very mostcomo mucho te amonestaránto make the most of somethingcomo máximo or a lo sumo dos díasyou won't get another chance, so make the most of itaprovechar algo al máximosacar el mejor provecho or partido posible de algono vas a tener otra oportunidad, así que aprovéchala al máximoExample sentences1.3 (people)
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- I would be of the view that managers with an open mind are the ones that have most success.
- Seven celebrities with the most votes are guaranteed a place in the Academy.
- Economic liberalism appears to be the approach with most success in practice.
- Tom attended most of the monthly fairs in Belmullet and most days had a few ponies for sale.
- A good starting point would be the mother, who is the major influence for most children up to age three.
- The bugs are only a few thousandths of a millimetre across and lack the cell walls which most bacteria have.
- 1 1.1 (to greatest extent) what I like/dislike (the) most about him is …I'd like to thank most of all my wifelo que más/menos me gusta de él es …I enjoyed the last act most of allquisiera darle las gracias sobre todo a mi esposa1.2 (before adj or adv) which is the most expensive?el último acto fue el que más me gustóhe was the most friendly of the people I spoke to¿cuál es el más caro?it is our eldest son who comes to see us (the) most oftende toda la gente con la que hablé, él fue el más simpáticoes nuestro hijo mayor el que nos viene a ver más a menudoExample sentences
- The event took place on the day of North Korea's most important national holiday.
- The most important thing to remember with respect to this film is that it is not a documentary.
- Fresh garlic contains several compounds, the most important of which is allicin.
- What his video game reminds me of most of all, though, is the very dawn of computing.
- I look forward most of all to arranging my library and my writing space when I move out.
- These are the things which I value most of all; blogging comes secondary to all of them.
- 2 (as intensifier) what happened was most interestingit was most kind of youlo que sucedió fue de lo más interesantemost certainlyfue muy amable de su partemost probably o likelycon toda seguridadHis Most Serene Majestymuy probablementeSu Serenísima MajestadExample sentences
- That is now no longer a fair representation of their view, and it most certainly is not of mine.
- It most certainly was not a life-changing experience, but it did provide amusements.
- History will most certainly exact a heavy price from them for being such imbeciles.
- 3 (almost)(American English) [colloquial]she ate most all the foodse comió casi toda la comidaExample sentences
- When this song came out, most everyone listened to it on the verge of laughter.
- I imagine most everyone who has gone through schooling has experienced a fairly similar situation.
- She does have a few fears, but they are unknown by most everyone because of her toughness.
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In some Andean countries, particularly Chile, onces is a light meal eaten between five and six p.m., the equivalent of "afternoon tea" in Britain. In Colombia, on the other hand, onces is a light snack eaten between breakfast and lunch. It is also known as mediasnueves.