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im·pres·sive

 (ĭm-prĕs′ĭv)
adj.
Making a strong positive impression; inspiring admiration or awe: an impressive achievement.

im·pres′sive·ly adv.
im·pres′sive·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.impressively - in an impressive manner; "the students progressed impressively fast"
unimpressively - in an unimpressive manner; "she scored unimpressively low in the first round of the competition"
Translations
بصورَة مؤثرَه، بِصورَة رائِعَه
úchvatně
imponerende
á áhrifamikinn hátt
veľkolepo
etkileyici şekilde

impressively

[ɪmˈpresɪvlɪ] ADV [play, perform] → admirablemente, extraordinariamente
he won both tournaments impressivelyganó ambos torneos con una actuación impresionante
she has an impressively long list of awards to her namesu nombre va unido a una lista impresionante de galardones
she was impressively bravetuvo un valor admirable or extraordinario

impressively

[ɪmˈprɛsɪvli] adv
[high, large, long, low] → étonnamment
They have set and managed to maintain impressively high standards → Ils ont instauré et réussi à maintenir un niveau étonnamment élevé.
impressively fast → d'une rapidité impressionnante
[perform, work, play, score] → de manière impressionnante

impressively

adveindrucksvoll; he was impressively bravesein Mut war beeindruckend; she won both tournaments impressivelysie gewann beide Turniere auf eindrucksvolle Weise

impressively

[ɪmˈprɛsɪvlɪ] adv (tall, rich, bright) → straordinariamente; (displayed, organized) → in modo imponente

impress

(imˈpres) verb
1. to cause feelings of admiration etc in (a person). I was impressed by his good behaviour.
2. (with on or upon) to stress (something to someone). I must impress upon you the need for silence.
3. to fix (a fact etc in the mind). She re-read the plans in order to impress the details on her memory.
4. make (a mark) on something by pressing. a footprint impressed in the sand.
imˈpression (-ʃən) noun
1. the idea or effect produced in someone's mind by a person, experience etc. The film made a great impression on me.
2. a vague idea. I have the impression that he's not pleased.
3. the mark left by an object on another object. The dog left an impression of its paws in the wet cement.
4. a single printing of a book etc.
imˈpressive (-siv) adjective
(negative unimpressive) making a great impression on a person's mind, feelings etc. an impressive ceremony.
imˈpressively adverb
imˈpressiveness noun
be under the impression (that)
to have the (often wrong) feeling or idea that. I was under the impression that you were paying for this meal.
References in classic literature ?
When the whole earth is vibrant with life, does it not seem to you, Octavie, that heaven might for once relent and give us back our dead?" He spoke very low, advisedly, and impressively. In his voice was an old quaver which was not habitual and there was agitation in every line of his visage.
Up the street apiece he broke silence and said impressively: "It was a lie--that is my opinion of it!"
"And now consider what is come to pass," said he, impressively. "Two times in every month there is fresh meat upon my table." He made a pause here, to let that fact sink home, then added -- "and eight times salt meat."
Toward the end of April, the billboards, which I watched anxiously in those days, bloomed out one morning with gleaming white posters on which two names were impressively printed in blue Gothic letters: the name of an actress of whom I had often heard, and the name `Camille.'
Jes as good stock as de Driscolls en de Howards, de bes' day dey ever seed." She put on a little prouder air, if possible, and added impressively: "Does you 'member Cunnel Cecil Burleigh Essex, dat died de same year yo' young Marse Tom Driscoll's pappy died, en all de Masons en Odd Fellers en Churches turned out en give him de bigges' funeral dis town ever seed?
He put his hand there and uttered this in- cantation impressively:
"The mills of God grind slowly, but they grind exceeding small," he said, somewhat impressively.
"But, my dear princess," answered Anna Mikhaylovna blandly but impressively, blocking the way to the bedroom and preventing the other from passing, "won't this be too much for poor Uncle at a moment when he needs repose?
The policeman on the beat moved up the avenue impressively. The impressiveness was habitual and not for show, for spectators were few.
The words were spoken clearly, impressively; and they were spoken just as the one who uttered them had almost reached the open window near John Pendleton's chair.
Goodfellow acutely remarked at the time, that it was "a singular expression, to say no more." This remark of'Old Charley's,' too, had great effect upon the crowd; and one of the party was heard to ask, very impressively, "how it happened that young Mr.
You'll make him jump, I bet," insisted Captain Giles, waving his smouldering pipe impressively at me.