An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (general)
a. espectacularmente, de forma espectacular
to fail spectacularlyfracasar estrepitosamente
spectacularly [spekˈtækjʊləlɪ]
[+increase, grow, improve] de modo or manera espectacular; espectacularmente; [+crash, fail] de modo espectacular; estrepitosamente; [+good] verdaderamente; realmente; [+bad] terriblemente
spectacularly beautiful de una belleza impresionante; the campaign has proved spectacularly successful la campaña ha sido todo un éxito or ha sido un éxito impresionante
his spectacularly successful boxing career
everything went spectacularly wrong todo salió terriblemente mal
the number of homeless young people has grown spectacularly over the last 5 years her health improved spectacularly during her stay in Vienna the country's economy improved spectacularly last year his schoolwork improved spectacularly in his second year he leapt spectacularly over the blazing car she leapt spectacularly from rooftop to rooftop
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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