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A text says: está más lindo que nunca. This means he looks the coolest than ever. right? but basically I learned that when we want to use the superlative degree, in Spanish we need to put el, la, los o las in front of the substantive. So I was wondering if my translation is wrong and the text means like "he looks cooler comparing the past.???

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A text says: está más lindo que nunca. This means he looks the coolest than ever. right? but basically I learned that when we want to use the superlative degree, in Spanish we need to put el, la, los o las in front of the substantive. So I was wondering if my translation is wrong and the text means like "he looks cooler comparing the past.???
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