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French from Latin maximum.

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Singular
Maximum

Plural
maxima or maximums

Maximum (plural maxima or maximums)
  1. The highest limit.
  2. (mathematics) The greatest value of a set or other mathematical structure, esp. the global maximum or a local maximum of a function.
  3. Patrono:Statistics The largest value of a batch or sample or the upper bound of a probability distribution.

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  • Maxima is more common plural for the technical senses.

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Maximum (not comparable)

Positive
Maximum

Comparative
not comparable

Superlative
none (absolute)

  1. To the highest degree.
    Use the proper dose for the maximum effect.

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Maximum n.

  1. maximum

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Maximum m. (plural Maximums)

  1. maximum

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neutral of maximus

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maximum

  1. maximum

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