Best


Best

Best may refer to:
*the superlative of "good" (as in "best of ..." for example)
*the superlative of "well"

;Places
*Best, Netherlands - municipality in the Netherlands
*Best, North Carolina
*Best, Texas

;Music
*Best of... - tag used in published music records that gathers the best songs of a particular artist.

;Film
*"Best", a biographical film about George Best, released in 2000

;Companies
*Best Manufacturing Company, San Leandro, California - manufacturer of steam-powered machinery
*Best Products - Former chain of catalog showrooms
*Best & Company - an American chain of luxury department stores from 1879 to 1969
*Best & Co. - a 1997 revival of the above brand as a retailer of children's clothing
*Best Buy - an American and international chain of electronics stores

;Other
*Best's disease
*Bitter (beer)#Best or regular bitter
*The former name of Welsh three-piece rock band Mclusky
*Best (surname) personal name

BEST can refer to:

* Board of European Students of Technology, a student organisation
* Brihanmumbai Electric Supply and Transport, Mumbai
* BEST Robotics
* Bringing Examination and Search Together, the name of a joined search and examination procedure at the European Patent Office
* Bronx Environmental Stewardship Program, a program of Sustainable South Bronx
*BEST High School, a public high school in Oakland, California, USA

ee also

*Best of
*lookfrom|Best


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  • BEST — ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Adolfo Best Maugard (1891–1964), mexikanischer Künstler Ben Best, US amerikanischer Drehbuchautor und Schauspieler Charles Best (1899–1978), US amerikanischer Physiologe und Biochemiker Clyde Best (* 1951) …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Best — ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Adolfo Best Maugard (1891–1964), mexikanischer Künstler Ahmed Best (* 1973), US amerikanischer Synchronsprecher, Schauspieler und Musiker Ben Best, US amerikanischer Drehbuchautor und Schauspieler Benjamin …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • best — /best/, adj., superl. of good with better as compar. 1. of the highest quality, excellence, or standing: the best work; the best students. 2. most advantageous, suitable, or desirable: the best way. 3. largest; most: the best part of a day. adv …   Universalium

  • best*/*/*/ — [best] grammar word summary: Best can be: ■ an adjective: Which apples are best for cooking? ♦ It was the best party I ve ever been to. ■ an adverb: We ll choose the system that works best. ■ a noun: I ll do my best. 1) the superlative form of… …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • best — ► ADJECTIVE 1) of the most excellent or desirable type or quality. 2) most suitable, appropriate, or sensible. ► ADVERB 1) to the highest degree; most. 2) to the highest standard. 3) most suitably, appropriately, or sensibly. ► …   English terms dictionary

  • best — [best] adj. [ME best, betst < OE betst (akin to Goth batists) < ? IE base * bhad , good > Sans bhadrá ḥ, fortunate, good] 1. superl. of GOOD 2. of the most excellent sort; surpassing all others 3. most suitable, most desirable, most… …   English World dictionary

  • Best — (b[e^]st), a.; superl. of Good. [AS. besta, best, contr. from betest, betst, betsta; akin to Goth. batists, OHG. pezzisto, G. best, beste, D. best, Icel. beztr, Dan. best, Sw. b[ a]st. This word has no connection in origin with good. See {Better} …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Best FM — Мультимедиа Холдинг Страна …   Википедия

  • best — I adjective above the average, beyond compare, brought to perfection, chief, choice, crowning, distinguished, exceptional, exemplary, extraordinary, faultless, favorite, first class, first rate, flawless, foremost, greater, highest, impeccable,… …   Law dictionary

  • Best — Best, n. Utmost; highest endeavor or state; most nearly perfect thing, or being, or action; as, to do one s best; to the best of our ability. [1913 Webster] {At best}, in the utmost degree or extent applicable to the case; under the most… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English