adverb see outstanding

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  • Outstandingly — Sire Exclusive Native Grandsire Raise a Native Dam La Mesa Damsire Round Table Sex Filly …   Wikipedia

  • outstandingly — out|stand|ing|ly [autˈstændıŋli] adv extremely well ▪ He played outstandingly. ▪ She performed outstandingly well in her examinations. ▪ an outstandingly talented musician …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • outstandingly — [[t]a ʊtstæ̱ndɪŋli[/t]] ADV GRADED: ADV adj/adv (emphasis) You use outstandingly to emphasize how good, or occasionally how bad, something is. Salzburg is an outstandingly beautiful place to visit... All his novels were outstandingly well written …   English dictionary

  • outstandingly — out|stand|ing|ly [ aut stændıŋli ] adverb 1. ) extremely: an outstandingly good meal 2. ) in a very impressive way: They played outstandingly this season …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • outstandingly — adverb extremely well: Varese played outstandingly. (+ adj/adv): an outstandingly talented musician …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • outstandingly — UK [aʊtˈstændɪŋlɪ] / US adverb 1) extremely an outstandingly good meal 2) in a very impressive way They played outstandingly this season …   English dictionary

  • outstandingly — adv. Outstandingly is used with these adjectives: ↑beautiful, ↑successful …   Collocations dictionary

  • outstandingly — outstanding ► ADJECTIVE 1) exceptionally good. 2) clearly noticeable. 3) not yet dealt with or paid. DERIVATIVES outstandingly adverb …   English terms dictionary

  • outstandingly — adverb 1. in an outstanding manner or to an outstanding degree (Freq. 2) she was outstandingly successful in her profession • Derived from adjective: ↑outstanding 2. to a remarkable degree or extent she was unusually tall • Syn: ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • outstandingly — See outstanding. * * * …   Universalium

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