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"Outstanding" is an adjective which is often translated as "extraordinario", and "remarkable" is an adjective which is also often translated as "extraordinario". Learn more about the difference between "outstanding" and "remarkable" below.
outstanding(
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stahn
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dihng
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (exceptional)
a. extraordinario
Congratulations! This is an outstanding achievement.¡Enhorabuena! Esto es un logro extraordinario.
b. destacado
He is one of the most outstanding writers of children's literature.Es uno de los escritores de literatura infantil más destacados.
2. (unpaid)
a. pendiente
I hope they cover the outstanding debt.Espero que se hagan cargo de la deuda pendiente.
3. (unresolved)
a. pendiente
There's only one outstanding issue.Solo hay un tema pendiente.
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remarkable(
rih
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mar
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kuh
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buhl
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (noteworthy)
a. extraordinario
The similarity between my mother and the woman in the photo was remarkable.La semejanza entre mi madre y la señora de la foto era extraordinaria.
b. notable
There was a remarkable improvement in her health after taking the medicationSu salud experimentó una notable mejora cuando empezó a tomar el medicamento.
c. excepcional
To win Wimbledon at 17 is a remarkable achievement.Ganar Wimbledon a los 17 años es un logro excepcional.
2. (surprising)
a. sorprendente
I find it remarkable how little this town has changed.Me resulta sorprendente lo poco que ha cambiado este pueblo.
3. (excellent)
a. excelente
I think she should be congratulated on a remarkable piece of work.Creo que merece que la feliciten por su excelente trabajo.
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