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im·pres·sive

 (ĭm-prĕs′ĭv)
adj.
Making a strong positive impression; inspiring admiration or awe: an impressive achievement.

im·pres′sive·ly adv.
im·pres′sive·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.impressively - in an impressive manner; "the students progressed impressively fast"
unimpressively - in an unimpressive manner; "she scored unimpressively low in the first round of the competition"
Translations
بصورَة مؤثرَه، بِصورَة رائِعَه
úchvatně
imponerende
á áhrifamikinn hátt
veľkolepo
etkileyici şekilde

impressively

[ɪmˈpresɪvlɪ] ADV [play, perform] → admirablemente, extraordinariamente
he won both tournaments impressivelyganó ambos torneos con una actuación impresionante
she has an impressively long list of awards to her namesu nombre va unido a una lista impresionante de galardones
she was impressively bravetuvo un valor admirable or extraordinario

impressively

[ɪmˈprɛsɪvli] adv
[high, large, long, low] → étonnamment
They have set and managed to maintain impressively high standards → Ils ont instauré et réussi à maintenir un niveau étonnamment élevé.
impressively fast → d'une rapidité impressionnante
[perform, work, play, score] → de manière impressionnante

impressively

adveindrucksvoll; he was impressively bravesein Mut war beeindruckend; she won both tournaments impressivelysie gewann beide Turniere auf eindrucksvolle Weise

impressively

[ɪmˈprɛsɪvlɪ] adv (tall, rich, bright) → straordinariamente; (displayed, organized) → in modo imponente

impress

(imˈpres) verb
1. to cause feelings of admiration etc in (a person). I was impressed by his good behaviour.
2. (with on or upon) to stress (something to someone). I must impress upon you the need for silence.
3. to fix (a fact etc in the mind). She re-read the plans in order to impress the details on her memory.
4. make (a mark) on something by pressing. a footprint impressed in the sand.
imˈpression (-ʃən) noun
1. the idea or effect produced in someone's mind by a person, experience etc. The film made a great impression on me.
2. a vague idea. I have the impression that he's not pleased.
3. the mark left by an object on another object. The dog left an impression of its paws in the wet cement.
4. a single printing of a book etc.
imˈpressive (-siv) adjective
(negative unimpressive) making a great impression on a person's mind, feelings etc. an impressive ceremony.
imˈpressively adverb
imˈpressiveness noun
be under the impression (that)
to have the (often wrong) feeling or idea that. I was under the impression that you were paying for this meal.
References in classic literature ?
Theodore Laurence, you ought to be the happiest boy in the world," she added impressively.
Toward the end of April, the billboards, which I watched anxiously in those days, bloomed out one morning with gleaming white posters on which two names were impressively printed in blue Gothic letters: the name of an actress of whom I had often heard, and the name `Camille.
The action, and the choked utterance of Cora, spoke more impressively than any words, and quickly drew the attention of her companions on that spot where her own was riveted with an intenseness that nothing but the importance of the stake could create.
His honor," he said impressively, "wishes to speak to you.
I say," said Haley, and leaning back in his chair and gesturing impressively, "I'll say this now, I al'ays meant to drive my trade so as to make money on 't fust and foremost, as much as any man; but, then, trade an't everything, and money an't everything,
Such a scene is always mournful, it is so impressively still, and looks so steeped in death.
When we drove off, the driver said all the tourists had arrived and gone by while we were at dinner; "but," said he, impressively, "be not disturbed by that--remain tranquil--give yourselves no uneasiness--their dust rises far before us-- rest you tranquil, leave all to me--I am the king of drivers.
Old Mazey chuckled, winked, and shook his knotty forefinger at Magdalen, impressively.
Cruncher as much as I may be able to remember and understand of what you have so impressively said; and at all events you may be sure that I shall bear witness to your being thoroughly in earnest at this dreadful time.
I never saw, in any painting or reality, horror and compassion so impressively blended.
We could not go away, even if we wanted to," I said, as impressively as I could.
Observe sign-posts and milestones; do not gobble herring bones--" "And remember," said I impressively, "if you once cross the county boundary you cannot come back.