ultimate

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Adjective[change]

Positive
ultimate

Comparative
more ultimate

Superlative
most ultimate

  1. (usually before the noun) The ultimate goal, success, decision, etc. is the final one.
    You can't have ultimate success without a lot of little successes.
    The moon is good, but there's no question that Mars is the ultimate goal.
    Presidents have the ultimate responsibility to keep us safe.
  2. (usually before the noun) The ultimate test, responsibility, power, etc. is the one that is more important, bigger, stronger, etc. than the others.
    They are trying to build the ultimate computer, one that can do anything and everything.
    If you could save someone's life, I think that's the ultimate goal.

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