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  • 21Splendid — Le Splendid Le Splendid est le nom du café théâtre fondé par un collectif d auteurs/acteurs dans les années 1970. Christian Clavier, Michel Blanc, Gérard Jugnot, Thierry Lhermitte (quatre amis d enfance qui se sont connus au lycée Pasteur de… …

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  • 22splendid — adjective Etymology: Latin splendidus, from splendēre to shine; perhaps akin to Middle Irish lainn bright Date: 1624 1. possessing or displaying splendor: as a. shining, brilliant b. marked by showy magnificence 2. illustrious, grand 3. a …

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  • 23Splendid — Infobox Musical artist Name = Splendid Img capt = Img size = Landscape = Background = group or band Origin = Los Angeles, USA Genre = Indie pop Years active = 1999–2004 Label = Mammoth Records Popboomerang Records Associated acts = Frente! URL =… …

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  • 24splendid — adj. (esp. BrE) VERBS ▪ be, look ADVERB ▪ really ▪ a really splendid evening ▪ absolutely, most …

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  • 25splendid — adj. splendid to + inf. (it was splendid of you to make the offer) * * * [ splendɪd] splendid to + inf. (it was splendid of you to make the offer) …

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  • 26splendid — adjective formal 1 excellent or very fine: a splendid person | a splendid suggestion 2 beautiful and impressive: There are some splendid villas near Rome. | a splendid view of the port splendidly adverb: Joe and my father are getting along… …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 27splendid — adj. 1 magnificent, gorgeous, brilliant, sumptuous (a splendid palace; a splendid achievement). 2 dignified; impressive (splendid isolation). 3 excellent; fine (a splendid chance). Derivatives: splendidly adv. splendidness n. Etymology: F… …

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  • 28splendid — adjective /spˈlendɪd/ a) Possessing or displaying splendor; shining; very bright; as, a splendid sun. b) Showy; magnificent; sumptuous; pompous; as, a splendid palace; a splendid procession or pageant. Syn: great, magnificent, marvellous …

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  • 29splendid — splendidly, adv. splendidness, n. /splen did/, adj. 1. gorgeous; magnificent; sumptuous. 2. grand; superb, as beauty. 3. distinguished or glorious, as a name, reputation, victory, etc. 4. strikingly admirable or fine: splendid talents. 5.… …

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  • 30splendid — [17] Splendid comes via French splendide from Latin splendidus, a derivative of the verb splendēre ‘shine’. This went back ultimately to the Indo European base *splēnd or *plēnd ‘bright’, which also produced Old Lithuanian splendeti ‘shine’ and… …

    The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • 31splendid — adjective 1) splendid costumes Syn: magnificent, sumptuous, grand, impressive, imposing, superb, spectacular, resplendent, opulent, luxurious, deluxe, rich, fine, costly, expensive, lavish, ornate …

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  • 32splendid — adjective 1) splendid costumes Syn: magnificent, sumptuous, grand, imposing, superb, spectacular, resplendent, rich, lavish, ornate, gorgeous, glorious, dazzling, handsome, beautiful; informal plush; Br …

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  • 33splendid — splen•did [[t]ˈsplɛn dɪd[/t]] adj. 1) magnificent or sumptuous 2) distinguished or glorious: a splendid achievement[/ex] 3) excellent or very good: to have a splendid time[/ex] 4) brilliant in appearance, color, etc • Etymology: 1615–25; < L… …

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  • 34splendid — /ˈsplɛndəd / (say splenduhd) adjective 1. gorgeous; magnificent; sumptuous. 2. grand; superb, as beauty. 3. glorious, as a name, reputation, victory, etc. 4. strikingly admirable or fine: splendid talents. 5. excellent, fine, or very good: to… …

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  • 35splendid — [17] Splendid comes via French splendide from Latin splendidus, a derivative of the verb splendēre ‘shine’. This went back ultimately to the Indo European base *splēnd or *plēnd ‘bright’, which also produced Old Lithuanian splendeti ‘shine’ and… …

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  • 36splendid — trefflich; vorzüglich; Eins a (umgangssprachlich); außerordentlich; besonders; herausragend; 1 a (umgangssprachlich); ausgezeichnet; bestens; …

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  • 37splendid — • glänsande, strålande, glansfull, praktfull, ståtlig, splendid …

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  • 38Splendid — Heute war i splendid, sagte der Schwabe, i hab meiner Familie a Gansl kauft, aber g essen hab ich s allein. In dem Sinne des obigen deutschen Sprichworts gebraucht Seneca (De vita beata) das folgende: Papulas alienas observatis, obsiti plurimis… …

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  • 39splendid — прекрасный splendid chance for escape прекрасный случай скрыться …

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  • 40splendid — Synonyms and related words: Babylonian, Corinthian, admirable, advantageous, auspicious, awe inspiring, awesome, awful, barbaric, baroque, beaming, bedazzling, beneficial, benevolent, blinding, blooming, bon, bonny, boss, braw, bright, bright and …

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