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    Most suitable

    Hi. I don't understand the use of "most" in this sentence:

    "Type B is called a channel diffuser. This type is most suitable for high speed applications"

    Does it mean that it the most suitable for high speed applications or does it mean that type B is more suitable for high speed applications?

    Thank you.

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    Re: Most suitable

    The first.

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