(the) earliest

(the) earliest
the earliest UK [ˈɜː(r)liəst] US [ˈɜrliəst] noun
the earliest time that something can happen or be done

The earliest we could be there is 7.30.

at the earliest:

I can get it done by Monday at the earliest.

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