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.
That speech was outstanding, Rachel. I didn't know you had that gift.Ese discurso fue extraordinario, Rachel. No sabía que tenías ese don.
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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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (remarkable; feature, incident)
a. notable, destacado(a)
2. (person)
a. excepcional
3. (unresolved, unpaid)
a. pendiente
outstanding [aʊtˈstændɪŋ]
1 (exceptional) [+person, achievement, contribution, feature] destacado; [+beauty, performance, service] excepcional; extraordinario; [+example] sobresaliente
he was the most outstanding scientist of his generation fue el científico más destacado de su generación; an area of outstanding natural beauty una zona de excepcional belleza natural
he is an outstanding athlete/musician and deserved to win she was outstanding at tennis the Brit awards for Outstanding Contribution To Pop Music In recognition of his outstanding contribution to the war effort he was awarded... as a student he received an award for outstanding achievement in his studies the aircraft was one of the outstanding achievements of Britain's aircraft industry he didn't attempt to compete with her outstanding talent he gave an outstanding performance in yesterday's match the plane's outstanding performance created a sensation the company provides outstanding service he is in outstanding form the product has been an outstanding success the company is an outstanding example of a small business that grew into a big one his mother's influence on his development was outstanding most spectacular landscape, of which the outstanding feature is the Rift Valley the engine's outstanding feature was its ten-stage axial compressor
2 (not settled) [+issue, problem] pendiente; por resolver; [+bill] por cobrar; [+debt, balance, account] pendiente; [+shares] en circulación; en manos del público
a lot of work is still outstanding aún queda mucho trabajo pendiente or por hacer
the outstanding balance on your repayments is £272 we still have some outstanding issues to resolve before we'll have a treaty that is ready to sign agreement on all outstanding issues has been reached they are continuing negotiations on the outstanding problem of compensation you have to pay your outstanding bill before we can reconnect you the total debt outstanding is 70 billion dollars he used the money to pay off his outstanding debts interest is charged at 15 per cent on the outstanding balance of your loan
amount outstanding saldo (m) pendiente
Negotiations are currently in progress to secure payment of the amount outstanding
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