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ex·cep·tion·al

 (ĭk-sĕp′shə-nəl)
adj.
1. Being an exception; uncommon: This town is exceptional for the region in having a high tax rate.
2. Well above average; extraordinary: an exceptional memory.
3. Deviating widely from a norm, as of physical or mental ability: special educational provisions for exceptional children.

ex·cep′tion·al′i·ty, ex·cep′tion·al·ness n.
ex·cep′tion·al·ly (-shə-năl′ĭ-tē) adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.exceptionally - to an exceptional degree; "it worked exceptionally well"

exceptionally

exceptionally

adverb
1. In a manner or to a degree that is unusual:
2. To a high degree:
Informal: awful.
Chiefly Regional: mighty.
Translations
بِصورةٍ إسْتِثْنائِيَّه
výjimečně
exceptionelt
poikkeuksellisesti
kivételesen
óvenjulega; sérstaklega
izjemno
görülmedik şekildeson derece

exceptionally

[ɪkˈsepʃənəlɪ] ADV [difficult, valuable, intelligent, high] → excepcionalmente, extraordinariamente; [good, large, easy, rare] → extraordinariamente
an exceptionally talented playerun jugador de un talento excepcional or extraordinario
exceptionally, in times of emergency we cande forma excepcional, en casos de urgencia podemos ...

exceptionally

[ɪkˈsɛpʃənəli] adv
(= extremely) → extrêmement, exceptionnellement
(= very occasionally) → exceptionnellement

exceptionally

adv
(= extraordinarily)außergewöhnlich, außerordentlich
(= unusually, as an exception)ausnahmsweise

exceptionally

[ɪkˈsɛpʃənlɪ] adveccezionalmente

except

(ikˈsept) preposition
leaving out; not including. They're all here except him; Your essay was good except that it was too long.
verb
to leave out or exclude.
exˈcepted adjective
all European countries, Denmark excepted (= except Denmark).
exˈcepting preposition
leaving out or excluding. Those cars are all reliable, excepting the old red one.
exˈception (-ʃən) noun
1. something or someone not included. They all work hard, without exception; With the exception of Jim we all went home early.
2. something not according to the rule. We normally eat nothing at lunchtime, but Sunday is an exception.
exˈceptional adjective
(negative unexceptional) unusual; remarkable. exceptional loyalty; His ability is exceptional.
exˈceptionally adverb
unusually. exceptionally stupid.
except for
1. apart from. We enjoyed the holiday except for the expense.
2. except. Except for John, they all arrived punctually.
take exception to/at
to object to. The old lady took exception to the rudeness of the children.
References in classic literature ?
They were exceptionally large, some almost as big as hawks.
His sister, on the contrary, had been alert to come out, and I strolled with her half an hour, seeking the shade, for the sun was still high and the day exceptionally warm.
The month of May was an exceptionally cool one, and his secret prayers were granted; but early in June there came a record-breaking hot spell, and after that there were men wanted in the fertilizer mill.
It seemed quite to put him into spirits, to find that this particular post was not exceptionally held by the right sort of man, and he listened in a satisfied manner while I told him what knowledge I had of Orlick.
It's not that he isn't bright," he was saying; "if that were true I should have hopes of succeeding, for then I might bring to bear all my energies in overcoming his obtuseness; but the trouble is that he is exceptionally intelligent, and learns so quickly that I can find no fault in the matter of the preparation of his lessons.
Unless," objected the consul, "he is exceptionally shrewd.
79} For the reasons why it was necessary that the night should be so exceptionally dark see "The Authoress of the Odyssey" pp.
Then she slowly rose to her feet, and a pair of exceptionally keen eyes would have perceived that she was trembling a little in the movement.
He took it full in the face that something had happened between - that he couldn't have noticed before (by which he meant on his original tour of all the rooms that evening) that such a barrier had exceptionally presented itself.
We are exceptionally well informed, Summerlee, as to the habits of the enraged pterodactyl.
My own nervous system is an exceptionally sensitive one.
He would not say whether or not she had attached herself to the sound Low Church School of his father; but she would probably be open to conviction on that point; she was a regular church-goer of simple faith; honest-hearted, receptive, intelligent, graceful to a degree, chaste as a vestal, and, in personal appearance, exceptionally beautiful.