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extreme
ɪk'striːm
Main
English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Most distant in any direction.
  2. Of the greatest possible degree or extent or intensity.
  3. Far beyond a norm in quantity or amount or degree; to an utmost degree.
  4. Beyond a norm in views or actions.
(名) As a noun
  1. The furthest or highest degree of something.
  2. The point located farthest from the middle of something.
Hyphenationex•treme
Part of Speech(形) adjective, (名) noun
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末端mòduāntip; extremity
尽头jìntóuend; extremity; limit
极度jídùextremely
偏激piānjīextreme (usu. of thoughts, speech, circumstances)
非常相似fēicháng xiāngsìextreme
极端jíduānextreme
卓绝zhuójuéunsurpassed; extreme; extraordinary
爆表bàobiǎooff the charts; extreme; beyond the normal range of measurement
luxuriant growth; extreme; reach
过激guòjīdrastic; extreme; aggressive
to exhaust; extreme; topmost, to die
to exhaust; extreme; highest; farthest, to die
激进jījìnradical; extreme; extremist
淋漓línlídripping wet; pouring; saturated; fig. uninhibited; fluid; emotionally unrestrained; extreme
asses braying, shortwindedness; hiccough, asthmatic breathing, supposed upward motion of the spirit (in Chinese herb medicine), to exhaust; extreme
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