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    "-most" & "yet"

    Police say two massive blasts heard in southern-most city, IDF forces scouring area to check whether blasts were result of rocket attack


    "
    -most" in this context means…………..


    The army and police have
    yetto confirm that Grad rockets landed in Eilat.


    Is "yet" right hear mean not?

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    Re: "-most" & "yet"

    The southern-most city is the most southerly city in the country.

    '...yet to confirm' means 'still to confirm' — they haven't confirmed it up to now but they will do so later.

    Rover

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