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re·mark·a·ble

 (rĭ-mär′kə-bəl)
adj.
Attracting or worthy of notice, especially for being unusual or extraordinary: a remarkable movie that held my interest.

re·mark′a·ble·ness n.
re·mark′a·bly adv.

remarkable

(rɪˈmɑːkəbəl)
adj
1. worthy of note or attention: a remarkable achievement.
2. unusual, striking, or extraordinary: a remarkable sight.
reˈmarkableness, reˌmarkaˈbility n
reˈmarkably adv

re•mark•a•ble

(rɪˈmɑr kə bəl)

adj.
notably or conspicuously unusual; noteworthy.
[1595–1605; < French remarquable. See remark, -able]
re•mark′a•ble•ness, re•mark`a•bil′i•ty, n.
re•mark′a•bly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.remarkable - unusual or striking; "a remarkable sight"; "such poise is singular in one so young"
extraordinary - beyond what is ordinary or usual; highly unusual or exceptional or remarkable; "extraordinary authority"; "an extraordinary achievement"; "her extraordinary beauty"; "enjoyed extraordinary popularity"; "an extraordinary capacity for work"; "an extraordinary session of the legislature"
2.remarkable - worthy of notice; "a noteworthy fact is that her students rarely complain"; "a remarkable achievement"
significant, important - important in effect or meaning; "a significant change in tax laws"; "a significant change in the Constitution"; "a significant contribution"; "significant details"; "statistically significant"

remarkable

remarkable

adjective
1. Readily attracting notice:
Idiom: sticking out like a sore thumb.
2. Far beyond what is usual, normal, or customary:
Informal: standout.
Translations
عَخِيبمُلْفِت للإنْتِباه، رائِع، غَيْر عادي
pozoruhodný
bemærkelsesværdig
huomattava
izvanredan
athyglisverîur
著しい
현저한
izjemen
anmärkningsvärd
มีคุณค่าที่น่าสังเกต
đáng chú ý

remarkable

[rɪˈmɑːkəbl] ADJ [person, success, ability, performance] → extraordinario; [achievement, recovery, progress] → notable, extraordinario; [results] → excelente, extraordinario; [story] → singular
what's remarkable about that?no sé qué tiene eso de extraordinario
remarkable for sthnotable por algo
his statement was remarkable for its claritysu declaración fue notable por su claridad
a teacher remarkable for her patienceun profesor que destaca por su paciencia
it's remarkable how quickly children grow upes extraordinario lo rápido que crecen los niños
he's a most remarkable manes un hombre extraordinario
we have made remarkable progresshemos realizado notables or extraordinarios progresos
it is remarkable thates sorprendente que + subjun
it was remarkable to see how quickly she recoveredfue sorprendente or extraordinario lo pronto que se recuperó
what's remarkable to me is that so many people camelo que me parece sorprendente es que viniera tanta gente

remarkable

[rɪˈmɑːrkəbəl] adjremarquable
it is remarkable that ... → il est remarquable que + subj ...

remarkable

adj (= notable)bemerkenswert; intelligence, talent, wit alsobeachtlich; (= extraordinary)außergewöhnlich; (= amazing) escapewundersam; to be remarkable for somethingsich durch etw auszeichnen

remarkable

[rɪˈmɑːkəbl] adjnotevole

remark

(rəˈmaːk) noun
a comment; something said. The chairman made a few remarks, then introduced the speaker.
verb
to say; to comment. `She's a good-looking girl,' he remarked; He remarked that she was good-looking; He remarked on her good looks.
reˈmarkable adjective
unusual; worth mentioning; extraordinary. What a remarkable coincidence!; He really is a remarkable man; It is quite remarkable how alike the two children are.
reˈmarkably adverb
Their replies were remarkably similar.

remarkable

عَخِيب pozoruhodný bemærkelsesværdig bemerkenswert αξιοσημείωτος notable huomattava remarquable izvanredan notevole 著しい 현저한 opmerkelijk enestående godny uwagi notável выдающийся anmärkningsvärd มีคุณค่าที่น่าสังเกต dikkate değer đáng chú ý 非凡的

remarkable

a. extraordinario-a, notable.
References in classic literature ?
Twelve years had passed since I had read the remarkable manuscript of this remarkable man; this man who remembered no childhood and who could not even offer a vague guess as to his age; who was always young and yet who had dandled my grandfather's great-grandfather upon his knee; this man who had spent ten years upon the planet Mars; who had fought for the green men of Barsoom and fought against them; who had fought for and against the red men and who had won the ever beautiful Dejah Thoris, Princess of Helium, for his wife, and for nearly ten years had been a prince of the house of Tardos Mors, Jeddak of Helium.
Mostly Miss Stacy lets us choose our own subjects; but next week we are to write a composition on some remarkable person.
It is indeed a remarkable fact to see so many of the same plants living on the snowy regions of the Alps or Pyrenees, and in the extreme northern parts of Europe; but it is far more remarkable, that the plants on the White Mountains, in the United States of America, are all the same with those of Labrador, and nearly all the same, as we hear from Asa Gray, with those on the loftiest mountains of Europe.
One of them must have," said Miss Ellen Burnham, "for the girl that was selling soap at the Ladds' in North Riverboro was described by Adam Ladd as the most remarkable and winning child he ever saw.
Grant, who was turning over a manuscript with much earnestness at one of the lustres; thence to Remarkable, who stood, with her arms demurely folded before her, surveying, with a look of admiration and envy, the dress and beauty of the young lady; and from her to Benjamin, who, with his feet standing wide apart, and his arms akimbo, was balancing his square little body with the indifference of one who is accustomed to wounds and bloodshed.
It is remarkable for having a double row of teeth, half an inch long and extremely sharp, from whence it has received the name of the dog-toothed salmon.
It certainly does,' said Gashford, opening his eyes to their utmost width; 'really this is the most remarkable circumstance I have ever known.
Desultory readers are seldom remarkable for the exactness of their learning.
Ay, that's remarkable," said the inspector thoughtfully.
Ah, yes, indeed; yes indeed--most remarkable, most remarkable
A FATHER had one son and one daughter, the former remarkable for his good looks, the latter for her extraordinary ugliness.
As I at first observed, these islands are not so remarkable for the number of the species of reptiles, as for that of the individuals, when we remember the well-beaten paths made by the thousands of huge tortoises -- the many turtles -- the great warrens of the terrestrial Amblyrhynchus -- and the groups of the marine species basking on the coast- rocks of every island -- we must admit that there is no other quarter of the world where this Order replaces the herbivorous mammalia in so extraordinary a manner.