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    maximum – مهتوم

    مهتوم | mehtom

    بيشترين‌، بيشين‌، بزرگترين‌ وبالاترين‌ رقم‌، منتهى‌ درجه‌ بزرگترين‌، بالاترين‌ ماكسيمم‌، بيشينه‌، حداكثر
    (اقتصاد)حداكثر
    (روانشناسى‌)بيشينه‌
    (معمارى‌)بيشينه‌، حداكثر
    (هواپيمايى‌)بيشينه‌
    (بازرگانى‌)حداكثر
    (علوم‌مهندسى‌)حداكثر، بيشينه‌، بالاترين‌ مقدار ماكسيمم‌
    (ورزشى‌)حداكثر، بيشينه‌
    (شيمى‌)ماكزيمم‌، حداكثر، بيشينه‌
    (كامپيوتر)بيشترين‌ حجم‌ داده‌ كه‌ قابل‌ ذخيره‌ سازى‌ است‌، بزرگترين‌ حجم‌ داده‌ كه‌ هر لحظه‌ ارسال‌ مى‌شود، بزرگترين‌ عدد كاربران‌ كه‌ سيستم‌ در هر لحظه‌ مى‌ پذير، بزرگترين‌ عددى‌ استفاده‌ مى‌شود يا مجاز است‌
    Narcis

    • حداكثر، بيشينه‌، بيشين‌، مهين‌، مهينه‌، منتها درجه‌، اوج‌، ماكزيمم‌ (در برابر:‏ كمينه‌ m‏u‏m‏i‏n‏i‏m‏)
    • وابسته‌ به‌ بيشينه‌، بيشينى‌

    Aryanpur

    mehtom = meh + tom

    meh

    • پارسی باستان: maθišta 🡐 بزرگترین، مهم ترین
    • اوستایی: masyāo 🡐 بزرگتر، مهتر
    • پهلوی: mas 🡐 مه، بزرگ، مهتر، بزرگتر
    • فارسی: meh 🡐 بزرگ
    • کردی: māsti̥r 🡐 بزرگتر
    • بهدینی: mas 🡐 بزرگ
    • پازند: meh 🡐 بزرگ
    • پشتو: mašar 🡐 پیرتر، آقا
    • کاشی: mussár

    tom

    • ایرانی باستان: tama-* پسوند صفت برترین
    • اوستایی: təma
    • پهلوی: tum/dum/tom

    Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary, 8th Edition

    maximum

    max·imumAW

    [maximummaximamaximums]adjective,nounBrE[ˈmæksɪməm]  NAmE[ˈmæksɪməm] 
     
    adjectiveonly before noun(abbr.max)

    as large, fast, etc. as is possible, or the most that is possible or allowed
    the maximum speed/temperature/volume
    For maximum effect do the exercises every day.
    a maximum security prison
    The offence carries a maximum prison sentence of ten years.
    compare minimum
    Word Origin:
    mid 17th cent. (as a noun): from modern Latin, neuter (used as a noun) of the Latin adjective maximus, superlative of magnus great. The adjectival use dates from the early 19th cent.
    Thesaurus:
    maximum adj.
    For maximum effect, do the exercises every day.
    utmostsupremeextremeintense
    Opp: minimum
    maximum/the utmost/supreme/extreme importance
    maximum/the utmost/extreme care/difficulty
    maximum/extreme/intense pleasure/enjoyment
    Example Bank:
    Turn it right up to the maximum volume.

    nounusually singular(pl.max·imaBrE[ˈmæksɪmə] ; NAmE[ˈmæksɪmə]  )(abbr.max)

    the greatest amount, size, speed, etc. that is possible, recorded or allowed
    a maximum of 30 children in a class
    The job will require you to use all your skills to the maximum.
    The July maximum (= the highest temperature recorded in July) was 30°C.
    What is the absolute maximum you can afford to pay?
    Word Origin:
    mid 17th cent. (as a noun): from modern Latin, neuter (used as a noun) of the Latin adjective maximus, superlative of magnus great. The adjectival use dates from the early 19th cent.
    Example Bank:
    Do not exceed the recommended maximum of three tablets a day.
    Everyone should contribute the maximum possible.
    He is using his talents to the maximum.
    In the exam, allow yourself a maximum of 30 minutes per question.
    The amount you have to pay will be limited to a maximum of £۵۰۰٫
    The temperature reached a maximum of 35°C yesterday.
    They fined her the maximum possible for the offence.
    You can claim the allowance for a maximum of six months.
    a drive of four hours at the maximum
    the maximum permitted speeds

    McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Science and Technology

    maximum

    MATHEMATICS
    The maximum of a real-valued function is the greatest value it assumes. Abbreviated max

    etymonline.com

    maximum (n.)

    “the greatest amount, quantity, or degree,” 1740, from French maximum and directly from Latin maximum (plural maxima), neuter of maximus “greatest,” which is superlative of magnus “great, large, big” (of size), “abundant” (of quantity), “great, considerable” (of value), “strong, powerful” (of force); of persons, “elder, aged,” also, figuratively, “great, mighty, grand, important,” from PIE *mag-samo-, superlative form of root *meg- “great.”

    maximum (adj.)

    “greatest, at the maximum,” 1834, from maximum (n.).

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