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breath·tak·ing

 (brĕth′tā′kĭng)
adj.
1. Inspiring or exciting: a breathtaking view; a breathtaking ride.
2. Astonishing; astounding: breathtaking insensitivity.

breath′tak′ing·ly adv.
Translations

breathtakingly

[ˈbreθˌteɪkɪŋlɪ] ADV breathtakingly beautifulde una belleza impresionante, tan hermoso que corta la respiración
breathtakingly simplede una sencillez impresionante or pasmosa
to go breathtakingly fastir a una velocidad vertiginosa

breathtakingly

[ˈbrɛθteɪkɪŋli] adv
breathtakingly beautiful → d'une beauté à vous couper le souffle
breathtakingly simple → d'une simplicité stupéfiante
breathtakingly hypocritical → d'une hypocrisie incroyablebreath test breath-test nalcootest® mbreath-test breath test [ˈbrɛθtɛst] vtfaire passer l'alcootest® à
He was breath-tested → On lui a fait passer l'alcootest®.
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