remarkable

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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
adjective
1. (noteworthy)
a. extraordinario
In a remarkable speech, the young activist called on world leaders to do more to fight poverty around the world.En un extraordinario discurso, la joven activista apeló a los líderes mundiales a luchar contra la pobreza extrema alrededor del mundo.
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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remarkable
An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
adjective
1. (impressive)
a. notable, excepcional
2. (surprising)
a. insólito(a), sorprendente
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remarkable [rɪˈmɑːkəbl]
adjective
[+person, success, ability, performance] extraordinario; [+achievement, recovery, progress] notable; extraordinario; [+results] excelente; extraordinario; [+story] singular
what's remarkable about that? no sé qué tiene eso de extraordinario
remarkable for sth notable por algo
his statement was remarkable for its clarity su declaración fue notable por su claridad; a teacher remarkable for her patience un profesor que destaca por su paciencia
it's remarkable how quickly children grow up es extraordinario lo rápido que crecen los niños
he's a most remarkable man es un hombre extraordinario
we have made remarkable progress hemos realizado notables or extraordinarios progresos
it is remarkable that es sorprendente que
it was remarkable to see how quickly she recovered fue sorprendente or extraordinario lo pronto que se recuperó
what's remarkable to me is that so many people came lo que me parece sorprendente es que viniera tanta gente
There was nothing in any way remarkable about him he has made a remarkable recovery from his leg injury It is remarkable that the demonstration passed off so peacefully it was remarkable that she managed to work at all in such an environment a design remarkable for its ingenuity/freshness a painting remarkable for its bold use of colour the battle was remarkable for its brevity her novels are remarkable for their subtle humour his sculptures are remarkable for their size his performance was remarkable for its sheer energy
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