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spec·tac·u·lar

 (spĕk-tăk′yə-lər)
adj.
Of the nature of a spectacle; impressive or sensational.
n.
Something that is spectacular, as an elaborate show or display.

spec·tac′u·lar′i·ty (-lăr′ĭ-tē) n.
spec·tac′u·lar·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.spectacularly - in a spectacular manner; "the area was spectacularly scenic"
Translations
بصورَةٍ درامِيَّه مُؤَثِّرَه
efektně
imponerendeopsigtsvækkende
látványosan
á tilkomumikinn hátt
efektne
muhteşem şekilde

spectacularly

[spekˈtækjʊləlɪ] ADV [increase, grow, improve] → de modo or manera espectacular, espectacularmente; [crash, fail] → de modo espectacular, estrepitosamente; [good] → verdaderamente, realmente; [bad] → terriblemente
spectacularly beautifulde una belleza impresionante
the campaign has proved spectacularly successfulla campaña ha sido todo un éxito or ha sido un éxito impresionante
everything went spectacularly wrongtodo salió terriblemente mal

spectacularly

[spɛkˈtækjʊrli] advde manière spectaculaire
to be spectacularly successful → connaître un succès spectaculaire

spectacularly

adv
(= stunningly)überwältigend
(= dramatically) successfulsensationell; improve, fail alsospektakulär; good, badunglaublich; he was spectacularly wronger hat einen Riesenfehler gemacht; to do spectacularly well/badlyunglaublich gut/schlecht abschneiden

spectacularly

[spɛkˈtækjʊləlɪ] advin modo spettacolare

spectacle

(ˈspektəkl) noun
a sight, especially one that is very impressive or wonderful. The royal wedding was a great spectacle.
specˈtacular (-ˈtӕkju-) adjective
(negative unspectacular).
1. making a great show or display. a spectacular performance.
2. impressive; dramatic. a spectacular recovery.
specˈtacularly adverb
References in classic literature ?
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Then only was he permitted to be seen, spectacularly poring over large books, and casting his breeches and gaiters into the general weight of the establishment.
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Gael Bigirimana arrived amid much trumpet blowing in July of 2012 and in his first season played 13 Premier League matches and another 10 in Europe but since has spectacularly fallen off the radar with only a couple of domestic cup outings to add to his CV.
Frankly, David Cameron mishandled these negotiations spectacularly.
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