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    #1

    most major

    is "most major" the superlative degree of "major"? if not, what does it mean?
    here is an example:
    provide support for most major countries


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    Re: most major

    "most" as in, not just one or two, not a few, but that support will be offered to most (more than 50%) major countries.


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    Re: most major

    "most" = the majority of

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