superbly


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su·perb

 (so͝o-pûrb′)
adj.
1. Of unusually high quality; excellent: a superb wine; superb skill.
2. Majestic or magnificent: The cheetah is a superb animal.

[Latin superbus, arrogant, superior; see uper in Indo-European roots.]

su·perb′ly adv.
su·perb′ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.superbly - (used as an intensifier) extremely wellsuperbly - (used as an intensifier) extremely well; "her voice is superbly disciplined"; "the colors changed wondrously slowly"
intensifier, intensive - a modifier that has little meaning except to intensify the meaning it modifies; "`up' in `finished up' is an intensifier"; "`honestly' in `I honestly don't know' is an intensifier"
Translations
رائِع، فَخْم، مُمْتاز
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frábærlega

superbly

[suːˈpɜːblɪ] ADV [play, perform] → estupendamente; [crafted, decorated, equipped] → magníficamente
the strategy worked superblyla estrategia funcionó estupendamente
a superbly fit manun hombre en estupendo estado físico
some superbly elegant curtainsunas cortinas sumamente elegantes

superbly

[suˈpɜːrbli] advsuperbement
The orchestra played superbly → L'orchestre a joué superbement.Super Bowl n (US)Super Bowl m (championnat de football américain)

superbly

adv play, performgroßartig; superbly fit/self-confidentungemein fit/selbstbewusst; superbly wellgroßartig, hervorragend

superbly

[suːˈpɜːblɪ] adv (see adj) → superbamente, magnificamente

superb

(suˈpəːb) adjective
magnificent or excellent. a superb view/meal.
suˈperbly adverb
References in classic literature ?
Indeed, had I realised how superbly impressive they were going to be, I think I must have declined the adventure altogether,--for, robed in lustrous ivory-white linen were those figures of undress marble, the wealth of their glorious bodies pressing out into bosoms magnificent as magnolias (nobler lines and curves Greece herself has never known), towering in throats of fluted alabaster, and flowering in coiffures of imperial gold.
Notwithstanding the importance of the challenge, on the 19th of May he received a sealed packet containing the following superbly laconic reply:
He was an almost perfect specimen of manhood; tall, straight as an arrow, superbly muscled and with the carriage and bearing of a ruler of men.
de Richelieu left him, nor with the Palais Mazarin, which you have had so superbly constructed, nor with the Louvre, which his ancestors inhabited; nor with St.
Slumkey--that Slumkey whom we, long before he gained his present noble and exalted position, predicted would one day be, as he now is, at once his country's brightest honour, and her proudest boast: alike her bold defender and her honest pride-- our reptile contemporary, we say, has made himself merry, at the expense of a superbly embossed plated coal-scuttle, which has been presented to that glorious man by his enraptured constituents, and towards the purchase of which, the nameless wretch insinuates, the Honourable Mr.
Eugenie looked at Danglars, much surprised that one flower of her crown of pride, with which she had so superbly decked herself, should be disputed.
Or "One stone terrace (cracked), one gondola in distance, one Venetian senator's dress complete, richly embroidered white satin costume with profile portrait of Miss Jogg the model, one Scimitar superbly mounted in gold with jewelled handle, elaborate Moorish dress (very rare), and Othello.
She saw that it was the work of a skilled artisan and that the diamonds were of great brilliancy and superbly set, but the cutting of them denoted that they were of a former day.
He ticked superbly, but with one unforeseen result.
They were well uniformed and superbly armed, and they fought bravely and under perfect discipline.
And my answer, as you have already guessed, was the face of Raffles himself, superbly disguised (but less superbly than his voice), and yet so thinly that I should have known him in a trice had I not been too miserable in the beginning to give him a second glance.
She filled one's idea of what an empress ought to be, when she rose up in her unapproachable grandeur and moved superbly out of that place.