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  • 21excellent — [[t]e̱ksələnt[/t]] ♦♦ 1) ADJ Something that is excellent is very good indeed. The recording quality is excellent... Luckily, Sue is very efficient and does an excellent job as Fred s personal assistant. Derived words: excellently ADV GRADED ADV… …

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  • 22excellent — adjective extremely good or of very high quality: Edward made an excellent speech. | You ve got some excellent CDs here. excellently adverb …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 23excellent*/*/*/ — [ˈeksələnt] adj extremely good The food was absolutely excellent.[/ex] It s quite an old bike, but it s in excellent condition.[/ex] excellently adv …

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  • 24Excellent! — exclam. Fine! (Like awesome, this expression is a standard word used frequently in slang contexts.) □ A new stereo? Excellent! □ Excellent! Way rad! …

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  • 25excellent — adjective Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo French, from Latin excellent , excellens, from present participle of excellere Date: 14th century 1. archaic superior 2. very good of its kind ; eminently good ; first class • excellently adverb …

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  • 26Excellent — Globus SB Warenhaus Holding Unternehmensform GmbH Co. KG Gründung …

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  • 27excellent — excellently, adv. /ek seuh leuhnt/, adj. 1. possessing outstanding quality or superior merit; remarkably good. 2. Archaic. extraordinary; superior. [1350 1400; ME < L excellent (s. of excellens), prp. of excellere to EXCEL; see ENT] Syn. 1.&#8230; …

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  • 28Excellent — 1. terrific; wonderful; unreal; 2. used to express great appreciation of something: Mum said it was okay to go. Excellent! …

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  • 29excellent — Australian Slang 1. terrific; wonderful; unreal; 2. used to express great appreciation of something: Mum said it was okay to go. Excellent! …

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  • 30excellent — [14] The underlying notion of excellent is of physically ‘rising above’ others. It comes via Old French from the present participle of Latin excellere. This was a compound verb formed from the prefix ex ‘out’ and a hypothetical verbal element&#8230; …

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  • 31excellent — adjective extremely good; outstanding. Derivatives excellently adverb Origin ME (in the general sense outstanding in either a good or bad way): from OFr., from L. excellent , excellere (see excel) …

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  • 32excellent — adjective a cruise ship with excellent accommodations Syn: very good, superb, outstanding, exceptional, marvelous, wonderful, magnificent; preeminent, perfect, matchless, unbeatable, peerless, supreme, prime, first rate, first class, superlative …

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  • 33excellent — ex•cel•lent [[t]ˈɛk sə lənt[/t]] adj. possessing outstanding quality or superior merit; remarkably good • Etymology: 1350–1400; ME &LT; L excellent , s. of excellēns, prp. of excellere to excel ex′cel•lent•ly, adv …

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  • 34excellent — adj (excellent, a) …

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  • 35excellent — [14] The underlying notion of excellent is of physically ‘rising above’ others. It comes via Old French from the present participle of Latin excellere. This was a compound verb formed from the prefix ex ‘out’ and a hypothetical verbal element&#8230; …

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  • 36excellent — adjective /ˈɛksələnt,ˈɛksɪlnt/ a) Of the highest quality; splendid. b) Exceptionally good of its kind …

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  • 37excellent — Synonyms and related words: Al, Attic, Daedalian, Grade A, a cut above, above, adept, admirable, adroit, advantageous, aesthetic, aggrandized, ahead, apotheosized, apt, artistic, ascendant, auspicious, authoritative, awesome, bang up, banner,&#8230; …

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  • 38Excellent — Fortrinlig, udmærket …

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  • 39excellent — I (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. first class, first rate, outstanding, exceptional, very good, superb, superior, premium, choice, first, best, top, choicest, prime, select, exquisite, fine, very fine, deSirable, admirable, magnificent, wonderful,&#8230; …

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  • 40excellent — ex·cel·lent || ekslÉ™nt adj. superior, extraordinary, outstanding …

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