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supremo

noun su·pre·mo \sə-ˈprē-(ˌ)mō, sü-\

: a person who has the most authority or power in a particular activity

plural su·pre·mos

Full Definition of SUPREMO

chiefly British
:  one who is highest in rank or authority

Origin of SUPREMO

Spanish & Italian, from supremo, adjective, supreme, from Latin supremus
First Known Use: 1937

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