1. superlative of many, much (often with the) - adjective
1) ((the) greatest number or quantity of: Which of the students has read the most books?; Reading is what gives me most enjoyment.) največ2) (the majority or greater part of: Most children like playing games; Most modern music is difficult to understand.) večina2. adverb1) (used to form the superlative of many adjectives and adverbs, especially those of more than two syllables: Of all the women I know, she's the most beautiful; the most delicious cake I've ever tasted; We see her mother or father sometimes, but we see her grandmother most frequently.) najbolj2) (to the greatest degree or extent: They like sweets and biscuits but they like ice-cream most of all.) najbolj3) (very or extremely: I'm most grateful to you for everything you've done; a most annoying child.) izredno4) ((American) almost: Most everyone I know has read that book.) skoraj3. pronoun1) (the greatest number or quantity: I ate two cakes, but Mary ate more, and John ate (the) most.) največ2) (the greatest part; the majority: He'll be at home for most of the day; Most of these students speak English; Everyone is leaving - most have gone already.) večina•- mostly- at the most
- at most
- for the most part
- make the most of something
- make the most of* * *I [moust]adjectivenajveč(ji); večina (most people)for the most part — povečini, v glavnemII [moust]adverbnajbolj; naj- (za tvorbo superlativa: the most interesting); izredno (pred pridevniki: a most indecent story)most of all — posebno, zlastieconomy politics most-favo(u)red-nation clause — klavzula največjih ugodnostiIII [moust]nounvečina, največji del; največ, najboljšeto make the most of it — kar najboljše izkoristiti, prikazati v najlepši lučiat (the) most — v najboljšem primeru, največbetter than most — boljše od večine
English-Slovenian dictionary. 2013.