relative superlative

relative superlative
In Greek: one of the degrees of comparison of an adjective, the equivalent in English of the superlative, similar to the comparative superlative used in Spanish. Compare with absolute superlative.

Ο χειρότερος is the relative superlative form of κακός.


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