English to Haitian Meaning :: supreme

Supreme :
- sipwèmnòmalman

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Adjective(1) final or last in your life or progress(2) greatest in status or authority or power(3) highest in excellence or achievement(4) greatest or maximal in degree; extreme

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(1) Anway, thanks to the supreme efforts of all those involved, it went well, and people seemed to enjoy themselves.(2) He worked on productions with supreme confidence and authority.(3) Unity can be achieved only by maintaining a strict homogeneity of views or submission or subordination to a single authority, necessarily the supreme leader of the Communist Party.(4) He takes along two companions - and from their heroic stance, we know, some of them are to make the supreme sacrifice soon.(5) Here, the living characters are largely dispensable whereas the curse rules supreme .(6) Gunpowder reigned supreme until the invention of more powerful substances, notably nitroglycerin and its offshoot, dynamite.(7) What drives them to leave behind all the pleasures of a settled life and make the supreme sacrifice for the nation without even the slightest of hesitations?(8) Only Sir William Wallace demonstrated a single-minded resistance to English rule, for which he paid the supreme penalty in 1305.(9) In fact, Galen's influence reined supreme over medicine for 15 centuries after his death.(10) The federal courts have long recognized that when it comes to waging war, the President, not Congress or the courts, is the supreme authority.(11) The commanders in chief exercised supreme authority in their respective zones and acted in concert on questions affecting the whole country.(12) I knew that holding the candy in her plump little hands all that time without unwrapping it represented a supreme effort of the will for my incurably chocoholic daughter.(13) Most traditional African religions believe in one supreme being who acts through spirits and ancestors.(14) Men will compete for the most supreme anecdote, joke, incident, or put down.(15) All were open, written, sovereign authorizations by supreme authorities, and all employed a common medieval legal formula and language.(16) It's a mighty piece of work and you should appreciate the supreme effort it's going to take you to get a copy of this because it is truly worth it.
Related Words
(1) supreme court ::
Tribinal Siprèm
(2) supreme commander ::
kòmandan sipwèm
(3) reign supreme ::
wa peyi Jida sipwèm
(4) supreme power ::
sipwèm pouvwa
2. extraordinary ::
3. ultimate ::
4. sovereign ::
1. last ::
2. least ::
pi piti
Different Forms
supreme, supremely
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Oh, yes. He recently argued a case before the Supreme Court.

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the Supreme Court wouldn\'t
determine a defendant\'s

the Supreme Court wouldn't determine a defendant's

The Big Bang Theory Season 12, Episode 6

Supreme Court Justice
Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

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