Cinemax: a cable television channel.
the most significant, highest, furthest, or greatest thing
to the max, to the ultimate extent
“to reach the maximum level,” by 1986, colloquial, from maximize or related words. Related: Maxed; maxing.
At the most; at the highest limit: I do three cars a week, max (1970s+)
To win; do the very best (1950s+ College students)
to the max
[fr maximum ”the highest possible grade,” found by 1851]
[maks-wel, -wuh l] /ˈmæks wɛl, -wəl/ noun, Electricity. 1. the centimeter-gram-second unit of magnetic flux, equal to the magnetic flux through one square centimeter normal to a magnetic field of one gauss. Abbreviation: Mx. [maks-wel or for 2, 3, -wuh l] /ˈmæks wɛl or for 2, 3, -wəl/ noun 1. Elsa, 1883–1963, U.S. professional hostess […]
noun 1. U.S. Air Force installation in SE central Alabama, NW of Montgomery: site of U.S. Air Force Advanced School.
- Maxwell-Boltzmann statistics
[maks-wel bawlts-mahn, -muh n, -wuh l] /ˈmæks wɛl ˈbɔlts mɑn, -mən, -wəl/ noun, Physics. 1. statistics for classical physics, based on the assumption that in a given physical system consisting of indistinguishable particles and regions, all possible arrangements of the particles in the various regions have equal probability.
noun, Physics. 1. a hypothetical agent or device of arbitrarily small mass that is considered to admit or block selectively the passage of individual molecules from one compartment to another according to their speed, constituting a violation of the second law of thermodynamics.