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re·mark·a·ble

 (rĭ-mär′kə-bəl)
adj.
Attracting or worthy of notice, especially for being unusual or extraordinary: a remarkable movie that held my interest.

re·mark′a·ble·ness n.
re·mark′a·bly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.remarkably - to a remarkable degree or extent; "she was unusually tall"
commonly, normally, ordinarily, unremarkably, usually - under normal conditions; "usually she was late"
2.remarkably - in a signal manner; "signally inappropriate methods"

remarkably

adverb
In a manner or to a degree that is unusual:
Translations
بصورةٍ مُلْفِتَه للإنْتِباهرائعاً
pozoruhodně
bemærkelsesværdigt
huomattavan
izvanredno
felettébbfeltűnőenmódfelettrendkívülszerfelett
einstaklega
著しく
현저하게
izjemno
anmärkningsvärt
อย่างพิเศษ
dikkat çekecek derecededikkate değer şekilde
đáng chú ý

remarkably

[rɪˈmɑːkəblɪ] ADV [similar, beautiful, cheap] → extraordinariamente; [well, quickly] → increíblemente
the factory had, remarkably, escaped the bombingla fábrica, increíblemente, no resultó dañada en el bombardeo
remarkably few peopleun número increíblemente escaso de personas
there have been remarkably few complaintssorprendentemente, ha habido muy pocas quejas
the general standard was remarkably highel nivel general era notablemente alto
he looked remarkably like his fatherguardaba un parecido extraordinario con su padre
it tastes remarkably goodtiene un sabor extraordinario

remarkably

[rɪˈmɑːrkəbli] advremarquablement

remarkably

adv
(= notably)bemerkenswert; (= extraordinarily)außergewöhnlich; remarkably similarbemerkenswert ähnlich; a type of latex remarkably similar to rubbereine Latexart mit bemerkenswert ähnlichen Eigenschaften wie Gummi; he looked remarkably like his fatherer sah seinem Vater bemerkenswert ähnlich; remarkably littleerstaunlich wenig
(= amazingly)bemerkenswerterweise; the factory had, remarkably, escaped the bombingdie Fabrik war wundersamerweise or wie durch ein Wunder dem Bombenangriff entkommen

remarkably

[rɪˈmɑːkəblɪ] advnotevolmente

remark

(rəˈmaːk) noun
a comment; something said. The chairman made a few remarks, then introduced the speaker.
verb
to say; to comment. `She's a good-looking girl,' he remarked; He remarked that she was good-looking; He remarked on her good looks.
reˈmarkable adjective
unusual; worth mentioning; extraordinary. What a remarkable coincidence!; He really is a remarkable man; It is quite remarkable how alike the two children are.
reˈmarkably adverb
Their replies were remarkably similar.

remarkably

رائعاً pozoruhodně bemærkelsesværdigt beachtlich αξιοσημείωτα increíblemente huomattavan remarquablement izvanredno notevolmente 著しく 현저하게 opmerkelijk enestående wybitnie notavelmente замечательно anmärkningsvärt อย่างพิเศษ dikkat çekecek derecede đáng chú ý 引人注目地
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This did not suit Jo at all, but she accepted the place since nothing better appeared and, to every one's surprise, got on remarkably well with her irascible relative.
And she begged that Robert would interest himself, and discover, if possible, whether she was entitled to the indulgence accompanying the remarkably curious Mexican prayer-beads.
During this time I hunted some for them, and found the land, for a great extent about this river, to exceed the soil of Kentucke, if possible, and remarkably well watered.
In almost every generation, nevertheless, there happened to be some one descendant of the family gifted with a portion of the hard, keen sense, and practical energy, that had so remarkably distinguished the original founder.
at once shadowy and sensual, A tender loin of beef, a hind-quarter of veal, a spare-rib of pork, a particular chicken, or a remarkably praiseworthy turkey, which had perhaps adorned his board in the days of the elder Adams, would be remembered; while all the subsequent experience of our race, and all the events that brightened or darkened his individual career, had gone over him with as little permanent effect as the passing breeze.
It was not so much yet that I was more nervous than I could bear to be as that I was remarkably afraid of becoming so; for the truth I had now to turn over was, simply and clearly, the truth that I could arrive at no account whatever of the visitor with whom I had been so inexplicably and yet, as it seemed to me, so intimately concerned.
There was no high breeding about her, but she was very pretty and remarkably sweet-tempered and willing.
There was something in his appearance remarkably beautiful and engaging.
She was ready and willing and never shy; but she sought for no chances of display and was, indeed, remarkably lacking in self-consciousness, as well as eager to bring others into whatever fun or entertainment there was.
She was not struck by any thing remarkably clever in Miss Smith's conversation, but she found her altogether very engagingnot inconveniently shy, not unwilling to talkand yet so far from pushing, shewing so proper and becoming a deference, seeming so pleasantly grateful for being admitted to Hartfield, and so artlessly impressed by the appearance of every thing in so superior a style to what she had been used to, that she must have good sense, and deserve encouragement.
She was remarkably quick in the discovery of attachments, and had enjoyed the advantage of raising the blushes and the vanity of many a young lady by insinuations of her power over such a young man; and this kind of discernment enabled her soon after her arrival at Barton decisively to pronounce that Colonel Brandon was very much in love with Marianne Dashwood.
Rochester is; and I heard him say her execution was remarkably good.