[ mak-see ]
/ ˈmæk si /
noun, plural max·is.
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Words nearby maxi
Definition for maxi (2 of 2)
a combining form with the meanings “very large in comparison with others of its kind” (maxi-budget; maxi-taxi); “of great scope or intensity” (maxi-devaluation; maxi-service); (of clothing) “long, nearly ankle-length” (maxicoat; maxiskirt).
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Example sentences from the Web for maxi
Written on the 2nd of March by the hand of your good and loyal father, Maxi.'The First Governess of the Netherlands, Margaret of Austria|Eleanor E. Tremayne
British Dictionary definitions for maxi
/ (ˈmæksɪ) /
- (of a garment) reaching the ankle
- (as noun)she wore a maxi
- (in combination)a maxidress
a type of large racing yacht
Word Origin for maxi
C20: shortened from maximum
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