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an ultimate or the ultimate?
When there was a thread about a or an, my example was:
I found an ultimate weapon.
Ultimate sounds a bit like superlative, though.
So I think the could be more suitable:
I found the ultimate weapon.
Unless "ultimate weapon" is a name we should use the, correct?
Re: an ultimate or the ultimate?
It actually describes either the original or final, or the best or worst of anything.
Originally Posted by Nightmare85
At times our soldiers have to pay the ultimate price for defending the country.
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