Translation of superlative in Spanish:


inigualable, adj.

Pronunciation /səˈpərlədɪv/ /suːˈpəːlətɪv/

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  • 1

    (performance/design/meal) inigualable
    (performance/design/meal) excepcional
    silk of superlative quality seda de primerísima calidad
    • It also makes one wonder how many superlative pieces of literature might be lurking out there, forgotten.
    • He was supposed to be recognized for his superlative skill with flight combat and drafted immediately into the test pilot corps.
    • At that time it was a contemporary drama; now it is a period piece, and the transition is managed with superlative intelligence.
    • There are incredible details in his mazurkas, and he has found how to make them doubly interesting by playing them with the utmost degree of gentleness, with a superlative softness.
    • Instead, it wants to delve into the mindset of someone who earns obscene amounts of money for having a superlative skill, and how such a superman complex can corrupt even the most hardworking, dedicated individual.
    • And to say all this is not yet to comment on the superlative choreography and dancing.
    • You get a superlative audio and video presentation, and an excellent collection of bonus material.
    • Not a superlative film but a perfectly solid one and one that is going to be rolling out in limited release quite soon.
    • All kidding aside, here's another fine CD from a flutist who has given us superlative recordings of music from the Baroque and Classical eras.
    • He was a superlative draughtsman and his work has appealed greatly to other outstanding draughtsmen, such as Hockney and Picasso.
    • Invariably, when the best performers are asked what they were thinking about when they turned in a superlative performance, their answer is ‘nothing.’
    • The superlative handling seems at odds with the ride height, which is greater than your average saloon, adding to the unfashionable ‘upright’ feel of the package as a whole.
    • Nowadays, even the cheapest laser printers offer superlative image quality in both text and graphics.
    • This is a fine motion picture with a couple of superlative performances.
    • The 1950s recordings have been in limbo: boasting neither modern sound nor superlative sentimental value, they have not appeared on CD until recently.
    • All the obvious categories by means of which the Dutch school distinguished itself are on display here, invariably in the form of superlative examples, and often in the form of nicely contrasted offerings to boot.
    • The Mosan workshops were notable for their ivories, superlative champlevé enamel, often with sophisticated typological iconography, and cast and embossed metalwork.
    • His virtue, physical prowess, and most importantly his desire to acquire superlative objects from Europe and elsewhere, are manifested in this magnificent display of arms and armour.
    • The superlative cast is in top form in this season.
    • This new two-disc release is not to be missed: it's a superlative treatment of one of Hollywood's greatest classics.
  • 2

    the superlative form el superlativo
    • The result was a phenomenal success and classical music critics around the world competed with each other to invent ever-new terms of superlative praise.


  • 1

    superlativo masculine
    in the superlative en superlativo
    • he spoke in superlatives about our project se deshizo en elogios al referirse a nuestro proyecto
    • It does so most often in the form of the comparative and the superlative of bad: worse and worst.