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max

 (măks) Slang
n.
The maximum: The car can seat five adults, but that's the max.
adj.
Maximal.
adv.
Maximally: We'll pay $250 max.
intr.v. maxed, max·ing, max·es
1. To reach one's limit, as of endurance or capability: The weightlifter maxed out at 180 kilograms.
2. To reach a point from which no additional growth, improvement, or benefit is possible: The salary for this position maxes at $65,000.
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max

(mæks)
n
1. the most significant, highest, furthest, or greatest thing
2. to the max to the ultimate extent
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max

(mæks)

n. Slang.
maximum.
Idioms:
to the max, to the greatest or furthest degree; totally.
[1850–55; by shortening]

max.

maximum.

MAX

Cinemax (a cable television channel).
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Noun1.max - street names for gamma hydroxybutyratemax - street names for gamma hydroxybutyrate
gamma hydroxybutyrate, GHB - a club drug available in liquid or powder form is taken orally (frequently combined with alcohol); used to incapacitate individuals for the commission of sexual assault and rape
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Translations

max

[mæks]
A. ABBR =maximummáx.
a couple of weeks, maxdos semanas como máximo
B. N to do sth to the maxhacer algo al máximo, hacer algo a tope
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max

[ˈmæks] n
to do sth to the max (= to the full) → faire qch à fond
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max

n abbr of maximummax.; to the max (inf, run up debts, fill up tank) → bis zum Maximum; enjoy life, livein vollen Zügen; to go to the max (in partying) → die Sau rauslassen (inf); stressed to the maxtotal gestresst (inf)
vt to max out something, to max something out (US inf) → etw ausschöpfen; to max out one’s credit cardseinen Kredit (auf der Kreditkarte) voll ausschöpfen
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Clustering Monday 1 Wednesday 1 number c MSE MAXE MSE MAXE 1 14.0515 57.5568 14.2659 61.2561 2 13.3489 51.3476 14.0024 53.1487 3 10.0456 43.1834 13.4820 48.4621 4 11.8439 44.9576 11.2106 45.2548 5 13.2563 47.5963 13.5279 49.3247 Clustering Sunday 1 number c MSE MAXE 1 14.1235 57.3078 2 13.2149 51.0947 3 9.8952 42.1001 4 11.7541 44.8259 5 13.1589 46.2985 Clustering Monday 2 Wednesday 2 number c MSE MAXE MSE MAXE 1 15.1125 60.9547 14.3762 59.0143 2 14.5876 54.2154 14.1144 59.9821 3 11.5248 40.1257 13.5520 50.7234 4 12.5487 42.2037 11.3017 47.0984 5 13.6587 44.1023 13.6975 51.2459 Clustering Sunday 2 number c MSE MAXE 1 14.4321 60.6465 2 14.2547 61.6435 3 13.6464 50.9542 4 12.3014 48.2549 5 13.4164 50.8216 TABLE 2: The result of adding the correction mechanism.
The analyst tells investors in a research note that he now sees an 737 inventory cash outflow in Q2 of $3.5B-$4B with a total Q2 outflow of $1B-$2B and more in Q3, and says Boeing will overall have about 275 completed MAXes in inventory at the end of Q3, which will take time to work through since the priority is to get the 381 MAXes already sitting in fleets back into service.
For example, Boeing announced a firm order from Jet Airways for 75 additional 737 MAXes -- but it had already added this order to its backlog last month.
Powered by a 2.0-litre petrol engine assisted by two 60kW motors, the Outlander PHEV can reach 62mph from a standing start in 11.0 seconds and maxes out at 106mph.