splendidly


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splen·did

 (splĕn′dĭd)
adj.
1. Brilliant with light or color; radiant: a splendid field of poppies.
2. Imposing by reason of showiness or grandeur; magnificent: splendid costumes.
3. Admired by many; illustrious: splendid achievements.
4. Admirable for boldness or purity; surpassing: splendid character.
5. Very good or satisfying; praiseworthy: a splendid performance in the examinations.

[Latin splendidus, from splendēre, to shine.]

splen′did·ly adv.
splen′did·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.splendidly - extremely well; "he did splendidly in the exam"; "we got along famously"
2.splendidly - in an impressively beautiful mannersplendidly - in an impressively beautiful manner; "the Princess was gorgeously dressed"
Translations
بصورَةٍ رائِعَه
skvěle
fantastisktstorartet
glæsilega

splendidly

[ˈsplendɪdlɪ] ADV (= magnificently) → espléndidamente, magníficamente; (= wonderfully) → estupendamente
everything went splendidlytodo fue de maravilla
we get along splendidlynos llevamos muy bien
you did splendidlyhiciste muy bien
a splendidly dressed manun hombre muy bien vestido

splendidly

[ˈsplɛndɪdli] adv
(= very well) → merveilleusement bien, formidablement bien
We get along splendidly → Nous nous entendons formidablement bien.
(= magnificently) → somptueusement
The young women are splendidly dressed → Les jeunes femmes sont habillées somptueusement., Les jeunes femmes portent des vêtements somptueux.

splendidly

adv
(= magnificently) dressedprächtig; restoredherrlich
(= excellently)hervorragend, glänzend, ausgezeichnet; everything is going splendidlyalles klappt wunderbar
(= outrageously)unerhört; he is splendidly arroganter ist unerhört arrogant

splendidly

[ˈsplɛndɪdlɪ] advsplendidamente, magnificamente

splendid

(ˈsplendid) adjective
1. brilliant, magnificent, very rich and grand etc. He looked splendid in his robes.
2. very good or fine. a splendid piece of work.
ˈsplendidly adverb
ˈsplendour (-də) noun
ˈsplendidness noun
References in classic literature ?
Why, you came out splendidly in the exams Miss Stacy gave.
It's such a snub to be told you put things splendidly.
To satisfy his curiosity he went up to some splendidly dressed servants who stood at the door, and asked one of them the name of the master of the mansion.
When the others left the great hall he eyed the splendidly dressed servants of the Princess Ozma as if he expected to be ordered out; but one of them bowed before him as respectfully as if he had been a prince, and said:
The Society of the Little Sisters" (this was a religiously-patriotic, philanthropic institution) "was going splendidly, but with these gentlemen it's impossible to do anything," added Countess Lidia Ivanovna in a tone of ironical submission to destiny.
Yes,' he replied, 'I know enough, and can help myself splendidly.
She's turned out splendidly all the same," he added, winking at Vera.
Ozma of Oz and her people, as well as Dorothy, Tiktok and Billina, were splendidly entertained by the Queen mother, who owed all her happiness to their kind offices; and that evening the yellow hen was publicly presented with a beautiful necklace of pearls and sapphires, as a token of esteem from the new King.
Danny Deever,' 'Pharaoh and the Sergeant,' 'Fuzzy Wuzzy,' 'The Ballad of East and West,' 'The Last Chantey,' 'Mulholland's Contract,' and many others, are splendidly stirring, but their colloquialism and general realism put them on a very different level from the work of the great masters who express the deeper truths in forms of permanent beauty.
The great gate is flung open, and the procession marches in, splendidly costumed and glittering: the marshals of the day, then the picadores on horseback, then the matadores on foot, each surrounded by his quadrille of CHULOS.
In Frankfort at the Romer was a great mask-ball, at the coronation festival, and in the illuminated saloon, the clanging music invited to dance, and splendidly appeared the rich toilets and charms of the ladies, and the festively costumed Princes and Knights.
They arrived in due time at the place of destination, and as soon as the string of carriages before them would allow, alighted, ascended the stairs, heard their names announced from one landing-place to another in an audible voice, and entered a room splendidly lit up, quite full of company, and insufferably hot.