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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.

max

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

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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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

max

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

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
References in classic literature ?
Bernard dog named Max. This animal, which was young and enthusiastic, had taken a strong fancy to her, and had expressed it frankly and boisterously; and she, whose affections had been starved in her home and in society, had encouraged him with more kindness than she had ever shown to any human being.
Max, unaware of her reason for choosing the longest way home, remonstrated by halting in the middle of the lane, wagging his tail rapidly, and uttering gruff barks.
As for me, I was obliged still to go in the carriage, and had a fresh partner called Max; he had always been used to the tight rein.
"--and I am very sorry to trouble you," she concluded the statement of her case to Max Irwin, famous war correspondent and veteran journalist.
"Max!" A sleepy young German, covered with a dresser's apron from his chin to his feet, drew the curtain, and waited for his instructions.
Max Beerbohm in a volume of parodies entitled "A Christmas Garland," where I found myself in very good company.
Max and Fritz were at the door, listening with wonder to Mrs.
"The great and only Max is more stiff and standoffish than ever this year," said Huldah.
Max Bennett Thrasher I could not have succeeded in any satisfactory degree.
"There's no duplicate of it in the world," he said, "else it would have come to old Max M'Leod;" and he tucked it into the motor.
Indeed, in the wild school of caricature then current, Mr Max Beerbohm had represented him as a proposition in the fourth book of Euclid.
Max Bunster was the one white man on Lord Howe, trading in the pay of the ubiquitous Moongleam Soap Company.