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at your best/worst/most effective etc

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishat your best/worst/most effective etcat your best/worst/most effective etcXXused to say that, at a particular time, someone or something is as good, bad etc as they can be The garden is at its best in June. This was Federer at his most powerful. at
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