excel

  • 21excel — ex|cel [ ık sel ] verb intransitive to do something extremely well: We aim to give every student the opportunity to excel. excel in/at: Robbie had always excelled at sports. excel yourself 1. ) to do something much better than you usually do 2. ) …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 22excel — ex|cel [ıkˈsel] v past tense and past participle excelled present participle excelling [Date: 1400 1500; : Latin; Origin: excellere, from cellere to rise, stick up ] 1.) [I, not in progressive] to do something very well, or much better than most… …

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  • 23excel — verb (excelled; excelling) Etymology: Middle English excellen, from Latin excellere, from ex + cellere to rise, project; akin to Latin collis hill more at hill Date: 15th century transitive verb to be superior to ; surpass in accomplishment or… …

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  • 24excel — [[t]ɪkse̱l[/t]] excels, excelling, excelled VERB If someone excels in something or excels at it, they are very good at doing it. [V in n] Caine has always been an actor who excels in irony... [V at n] Mary was a better rider than either of them… …

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  • 25excel — [ɪk sɛl, ɛk ] verb (excels, excelling, excelled) be exceptionally good at an activity or subject. ↘(excel oneself) Brit. perform exceptionally well. Origin ME: from L. excellere, from ex out, beyond + celsus lofty …

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  • 26excel — verb excelled, excelling (intransitive, not in progressive) to do something very well, or much better than most people (+ at/in): I never excelled at sport. | excel yourself (=do better than you usually do): Dinner was fantastic! Joe s really… …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 27excel — [ɪkˈsel] verb [I] to do something extremely well • excel yourself to do something much better than you usually do[/ex] …

    Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • 28excel — ex•cel [[t]ɪkˈsɛl[/t]] v. celled, cel•ling 1) to surpass others or be superior in some respect or area; do extremely well: to excel in math[/ex] 2) to surpass; be superior to; outdo • Etymology: 1400–50; late ME < L excellere= ex I+ cellere to …

    From formal English to slang

  • 29excel — [c]/əkˈsɛl / (say uhk sel), /ɛk / (say ek ) verb (excelled, excelling) –verb (t) 1. to surpass; be superior to; outdo: *We had seen fine and magnificent falls, each one of which excelled our admiration in no small degree –david malouf, 1998.… …

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  • 30excel —   Kela, ho okela, po okela, oi, hō oi, pākela.    ♦ To try to excel, ho okela; oko (rare) …

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  • 31excel — v. (excelled, excelling) (often foll. by in, at) 1 tr. be superior to. 2 intr. be pre eminent or the most outstanding (excels at games). Phrases and idioms: excel oneself surpass one s previous performance. Etymology: ME f. L excellere (as EX (1) …

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  • 32excel at — verb be good at She shines at math • Syn: ↑shine at • Hypernyms: ↑excel, ↑stand out, ↑surpass • Verb Frames: Somebody s something …

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  • 33Excel — …

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  • 34Excel — noun A spreadsheet application software program written and distributed by …

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  • 35excel — verb a) To surpass someone or something; to be better or do better than someone or something. I excelled everyone else with my exam results. b) To be much better than others. If, then, there is something in what the poets say, and jealousy is… …

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  • 36EXCEL — Expanded Clinical Evaluation of Lovastatin [trial] …

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  • 37excel — Synonyms and related words: be born for, be master of, beat, best, better, cap, dominate, eclipse, exceed, go beyond, go one better, improve on, outdo, outpace, outrank, outshine, outstrip, outweigh, overbalance, overbear, overcome, overpass,… …

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  • 38EXCEL — Tabellenkalkulationsprogramm von Microsoft, schlug LOTUS 1 2 3 v.a. wegen Marketingvorteilen …

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  • 39Excel — ● np. tm. m. ►TM►APPLI Littéralement syn. de tableur, depuis des années. Voir 1 2 3 …

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  • 40EXCEL — Tabellenkalkulationsprogramm von Microsoft, schlug LOTUS 1 2 3 v.a. wegen Marketingvorteilen …

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