admirably


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ad·mi·ra·ble

 (ăd′mər-ə-bəl)
adj.
Deserving admiration.

ad′mi·ra·ble·ness n.
ad′mi·ra·bly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.admirably - in an admirable manneradmirably - in an admirable manner; "the children's responses were admirably normal"
Translations
عَلَى نَحْو يُثِير الإعْجَاب
obdivuhodně
beundringsværdigt
einkar vel
obdivuhodne
hayran bırakanövgüye değer

admirably

[ˈædmərəblɪ] ADVadmirablemente, de una manera digna de admiración

admirably

[ˈædmɪrəbli] adv [perform, cope, manage] → admirablement; [clear, consistent, restrained] → admirablement

admirably

[ˈædmrəblɪ] advammirevolmente
he is admirably suited to the job → è perfettamente adatto a quel lavoro

admire

(ədˈmaiə) verb
1. to look at with great pleasure and often to express this pleasure. I've just been admiring your new car.
2. to have a very high opinion of (something or someone). I admire John's courage.
ˈadmirable (ˈӕdmə-) adjective
extremely good. His behaviour during the riot was admirable.
ˈadmirably (ˈӕdmə-) adverb
extremely well. He's admirably suited to the job.
admiration (ӕdmiˈreiʃən) noun
They were filled with admiration at the team's performance.
adˈmirer noun
1. one who admires (someone or something). He is an admirer of Mozart.
2. a man who is attracted by a particular woman. She has many admirers.
adˈmiring adjective
an admiring glance.
adˈmiringly adverb
References in classic literature ?
An anchor is a forged piece of iron, admirably adapted to its end, and technical language is an instrument wrought into perfection by ages of experience, a flawless thing for its purpose.
Late in the day they passed through the capricious channels of Hong Kong, and the Tankadere, impelled by favourable winds, conducted herself admirably.
Then, with a promptitude which indicated that this was not the first time she had amused herself by adopting the garb of the opposite sex, Eugenie drew on the boots and pantaloons, tied her cravat, buttoned her waistcoat up to the throat, and put on a coat which admirably fitted her beautiful figure.
I brought my eldest son up to the Church; he is said to be getting on admirably, and he costs me three hundred a year.
Everything had been admirably thought out as is usual in dispositions, and as is always the case, not a single column reached its place at the appointed time.
This latter enterprise, admirably conducted, had been rewarded by the public with steady and liberal encouragement.
My investigations in the villa have shown me several fine pictures and statues; furniture tastefully selected, and admirably made; and a conservatory of the rarest flowers, the match of which it would not be easy to find in all London.
She played admirably on the piano; and the sick man happened--most unfortunately, as the event proved--to be fond of music.
His frontispiece, boats attacking Sperm Whales, though no doubt calculated to excite the civil scepticism of some parlor men, is admirably correct and life-like in its general effect.
It is therefore not in strict character, however admirably satirical, that after going to school himself, he should then go abroad inculcating not what he learned there, but the folly of it.
The guilds of Florence are most admirably described by Mr Edgcumbe Staley in his work on the subject (Methuen, 1906).
Edelweiss,' which, though the story was somewhat too catastrophical, seemed to me admirably good and true.