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An adjective with the suffix {-(e)st}, meaning that the thing described has more or a quality than anything else of its kind, or that it has a striking amount of the quality described (the so-called elative). English has essentially the same ending or uses most with the simple adjective (see the translations below).

Copula particles, modifiers and adverbs use a fossilized prepositional phrase:

For interest