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a    a great majority of; nearly all  
most people like eggs     
b    (as pronoun; functioning as sing or pl)  
most of them don't know, most of it is finished     
2    the most  
a    the superlative of many and much  
you have the most money, the most apples     
b    (as pronoun)  
the most he can afford is two pounds     
3    at (the) most   at the maximum  
that girl is four at the most     
4    for the most part   generally  
5    make the most of   to use to the best advantage  
she makes the most of her accent     
6    than most   than most others  
the leaves are greener than most     
7    the most  
Slang     (chiefly U.S.)   wonderful  
that chick's the most     
8    the most   used to form the superlative of some adjectives and adverbs  
the most beautiful daughter of all     
9       the superlative of       much  
people welcome a drink most after work     
10    (intensifier)  
a most absurd story     
11      (U.S. and Canadian)  
informal or dialect   almost  
most every town in this state     
     (Old English mast or mæst, whence Middle English moste, mest; compare Old Frisian maest, Old High German meist, Old Norse mestr)  
More and most should be distinguished when used in comparisons. More applies to cases involving two persons, objects, etc., most to cases involving three or more:  
John is the more intelligent of the two, he is the most intelligent of the students     

      suffix   forming the superlative degree of some adjectives and adverbs  
hindmost, uppermost     
     (Old English -mæst, -mest, originally a superlative suffix, later mistakenly taken as derived from mæst (adv) most)  
Most Honourable  
      n   a courtesy title applied to marquesses and members of the Privy Council and the Order of the Bath  
Most Reverend  
      n   (in Britain) a courtesy title applied to Anglican and Roman Catholic archbishops  
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what about you
Slang; written abbreviation
love you loads
"je t'aime beaucoup" in French
go away idiot, fool ; leave me alone idiot, fool ; fuck you idiot, fool ; fuck off idiot, fool.
you only live once
[Fam.] acronym
talk to you later
person that you date
it's said when someone has done things in the wrong order
done because you want to
[US] i did the proyect voluntary to improve my grade
the decision is yours
expression used to show full agreement on smth.
Shortening of Talk To You Soon
vous ne m'en voudrez pas si je vous demande pourquoi ?
do you mind my asking why you are so late? = vous ne m'en voudrez pas / puis-je vous demander pourquoi vous êtes si en retard ?
The actual say is: "You can catch more flies with honey than with vinegar" This means that it is easier to persuade people if you use polite arguments and flattery than if you are confrontational.
the carrot is more effective than the stick
maximum; no more (or later) than; at the most
E.g.: You have to be back at 11 o'clock tops; The show lasted one hour tops
at what times you climb for class today
t'as pas compris, tu veux que je te fasses un dessin?
what part of "you can't come with us" don't you understand? what part of "NO" don't you understand?
the most important or central part of something
[US] The core of the book focuses on the period between 1660 and 1857.
Used to express that it is impossible to decide between two options because they're equal
English expression
def.: if you are too confident about yourself, something bad will happen to show you that you are not as good as you think you are
means a different approach or a welcome change to something. Ex.: anna has lots of wonderful ideas and motivation - she is a breath of fresh air.
attractive woman that you marry to show your success
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