Meaning of maximally in English:


Pronunciation /ˈmaksɪməli/


See maximal

‘All these people are in disparate locations and they can only be maximally productive and make informed business decisions if they have access to critical enterprise data.’
  • ‘If there should be any new measures they should be maximally effective in enhancing safety and national security and minimally intrusive.’
  • ‘Still, I believe the intersection of cultures in behavioral research is where behavior analysis may be maximally useful.’
  • ‘When vegetation is light, the right hand can release the shaft when maximally extended, allowing the slasher to pivot at the left shoulder.’
  • ‘Your lower pecs are naturally thicker than your upper pecs, so the top portion near your sternum looks especially dramatic when maximally developed.’