Definition of 'at least'
Example sentences containing 'at least'
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Find a class and try to go at least once a week. The Sun (2017)But we should have had at least one goal. The Sun (2016)The company is advising holidaymakers to book at least six months in advance. Times, Sunday Times (2016)And always pay off at least the minimum amount each month. The Sun (2017)He is also tested at least four times a month. The Sun (2016)The rose crystal facial left me looking at least five years younger. Times, Sunday Times (2017)They sent out an email appeal saying at least half its team of four plus one reserve should not be men. The Sun (2016)The museum also suggests arriving at least 30 minutes early to get good viewing spot. Smithsonian Mag (2017)So if they can convince them to stay they've at least salvaged something from the embers. The Sun (2016)They are likely to exercise at least three times more a week, walking an average 74 minutes a day in addition to their normal fitness routine. The Sun (2016)The aim is at least to try to show solidarity. Times, Sunday Times (2010)They have conceded at least two goals in each of their most demanding six assignments. Times, Sunday Times (2009) Likely to outlast at least one husband. The Sun (2006)You just hope they at least had fun trying. The Sun (2012)If it still provokes a reaction then it should be excluded for six months at least. The Beat Fatigue Workbook - how to identify the causes (1988)You may therefore conclude that the exhibition contains the work of at least four artists. Times, Sunday Times (2008)They are also braced for at least two more years of austerity. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The minimum amount is at least half an hour of vigorous exercise three times a week. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Thank you for at least leaving something to replace what you have taken! Times, Sunday Times (2007)So why not at least try for that? The Sun (2010)He is still likely to miss at least four months but not the whole campaign. The Sun (2008)At least six more stars are set to be arrested this month and in the new year. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Regular army recruits sign up for at least four years. Times, Sunday Times (2008)They are also at least a size too small. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Make at least five contacts with your target audience. Christianity Today (2000)So at least something positive has come of all this. The Sun (2013)So at least try to avoid the potholes. The Sun (2015)England hold the record of most consecutive games at the finals in which they scored at least one goal. The Sun (2016)And Belgian media quoted sources saying at least three raids were carried out simultaneously. The Sun (2015)This would amount to at least 4,000 a month. Times, Sunday Times (2007)That makes the 4-5 quoted against the game yielding at least three goals look fair value. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Such offers would be likely to be at least 400 million. Times, Sunday Times (2011)If you lose the final, at least you can say you've been in a final. The Sun (2016)
Trends of 'at least'
Extremely Common. at least is one of the 1000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'at least'
British English: at least /ət liːst/ ADVERB
At least means not less than.
Drink at least half a pint of milk each day.
- American English: at least
- Arabic: عَلَى الأَقَلّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: pelo menos
- Chinese: 至少
- Croatian: barem
- Czech: alespoň
- Danish: mindst
- Dutch: ten minste
- European Spanish: al menos
- Finnish: ainakin
- French: au moins
- German: mindestens
- Greek: τουλάχιστον
- Italian: almeno
- Japanese: 少なくとも
- Korean: 적어도
- Norwegian: i det minste
- Polish: przynajmniej
- European Portuguese: pelo menos
- Romanian: cel puțin
- Russian: по крайней мере
- Spanish: al menos
- Swedish: åtminstone
- Thai: อย่างน้อยที่สุด
- Turkish: en azından
- Ukrainian: принаймні
- Vietnamese: tối thiểu
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