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in·ter·est·ing

 (ĭn′trĭ-stĭng, -tər-ĭ-stĭng, -tə-rĕs′tĭng)
adj.
Arousing or holding the attention; absorbing.

in′ter·est·ing·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.interestingly - in an interesting manner; "when he ceases to be just interestingly neurotic and...gets locked up"- Time
uninterestingly - in an uninteresting manner
Translations
بِصورَة مُثيرة للإهْتِمام
zajímavě
interessant nok
interese
érdekes módon
á áhugaverîan hátt
zaujímavo
ilginç bir şekildeişin ilginç yanı

interestingly

[ˈɪntrɪstɪŋlɪ] ADV [speak, write] → de manera interesante
interestingly enough, I've been there beforecuriosamente, ya he estado allí

interestingly

[ˈɪntrəstɪŋli] adv
Interestingly, it is not clear which solution he favors → Il est intéressant de noter qu'on ne sait pas vraiment quelle solution a sa faveur.
interestingly, she ... (= unexpectedly) → curieusement, elle ...
interestingly enough, ... (= it is of interest that) → il est intéressant de noter que ... (= it is curious that) → curieusement, ...
Interestingly enough, he soon remarried → Il est intéressant de noter qu'il s'est remarié peu après.interest payment npaiement m des intérêtsinterest rate ntaux m d'intérêt
When interest rates are low → Lorsque les taux d'intérêts sont bas ...

interestingly

advauf interessante Weise; interestingly enough, I saw him yesterdayinteressanterweise habe ich ihn gestern gesehen

interestingly

[ˈɪntrɪstɪŋlɪ] advin modo interessante
interestingly enough ... → la cosa interessante è che...

interest

(ˈintrəst) , ((American) ˈintərist) noun
1. curiosity; attention. That newspaper story is bound to arouse interest.
2. a matter, activity etc that is of special concern to one. Gardening is one of my main interests.
3. money paid in return for borrowing a usually large sum of money. The (rate of) interest on this loan is eight per cent; (also adjective) the interest rate.
4. (a share in the ownership of) a business firm etc. He bought an interest in the night-club.
5. a group of connected businesses which act together to their own advantage. I suspect that the scheme will be opposed by the banking interest (= all the banks acting together).
verb
1. to arouse the curiosity and attention of; to be of importance or concern to. Political arguments don't interest me at all.
2. (with in) to persuade to do, buy etc. Can I interest you in (buying) this dictionary?
ˈinterested adjective
1. (often with in) showing attention or having curiosity. He's not interested in politics; Don't tell me any more – I'm not interested; I'll be interested to see what happens next week.
2. (often with in) willing, or wanting, to do, buy etc. Are you interested in (buying) a second-hand car?
3. personally involved in a particular business, project etc and therefore likely to be anxious about decisions made regarding it. You must consult the other interested parties (= the other people involved).
ˈinteresting (negative uninteresting) adjective
an interesting book.
ˈinterestingly adverb
in one's (own) interest
bringing, or in order to bring, advantage, benefit, help etc to oneself etc. It would be in our own interest to help him, as he may be able to help us later.
in the interest(s) of
in order to get, achieve, increase etc. The political march was banned in the interests of public safety.
lose interest
to stop being interested. He used to be very active in politics, but he's lost interest now.
take an interest
to be interested. I take a great interest in everything they do.
References in classic literature ?
His voice was so sympathetic and he read so interestingly that I wished he had chosen one of my favourite chapters in the Book of Kings.
His entire physiognomy was interestingly saturnine even cadaverously pale.
And as he talked, steadily, interestingly, he was doing what Dag Daughtry never dreamed he was doing, and what made Kwaque, looking on, almost dream he was seeing because of the unrealness and impossibleness of it.
Nupkins looked calmly terrible, and commanded that the lady should be shown in; which command, like all the mandates of emperors, and magistrates, and other great potentates of the earth, was forthwith obeyed; and Miss Witherfield, interestingly agitated, was ushered in accordingly.
Interestingly, between 1995-2000, Croatia itself dedicated a significant level of resources to professionalizing and modernizing its military.
Interestingly, in view of accusations that the `vast majority' of claims are unfounded, over 20,000 were told they could stay in Britain, partly as a result of special arrangements for cases dating from before 1995.
So what has happened on my watch--both in dance, and perhaps more interestingly, dance criticism?
Interestingly, when the surgeon pushed the polyp down to the subglottic space to look for its origin, he discovered another vegetative lesion on the upper surface of the left vocal fold (figure 2).
With membership down slightly (which Muntz interestingly attributes to the good economy), he says his goals are to "dig deeper into the larger companies," get the big publishers more involved.
Interestingly, the revenue-raising provision includes what would normally be considered a taxpayer-favored provision enhancing a taxpayer's ability to make a rollover from a traditional IRA to a Roth IRA in future years.
Of these, the last contains Brucker's more recent work, with its valuable and less familiar articles on Florentine parishes, religious houses, and ecclesiastical courts, which interestingly offer a more effective mechanism for recovering debts than their secular counterparts.
Interestingly, Maher, who was dumped last year by ABC in favor of Jimmy Kimmel, will be directly up against both David Letterman and Jay Leno.