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Be careful with the word "best" in Dutch.
As an adjective, it means "the best", like in English
Ik ben de beste speler.
I am the best player
Dit is de beste film.
This is the best movie.
Welk boek vind jij het beste?
Which book do you think is the best?
But if you use it in front of an adjective, the meaning changes! You weaken the adjective behind it.
Ik ben best een goede speler.
I am quite a good player.
De film is best mooi.
The movie is quite beautiful.
Het boek is best goed.
The book is quite good.
Note that you could also use "beste + name" as a way to start an e-mail or letter.
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