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remarkable
riː'mərkəbəl
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Unusual or striking.
  2. Worthy of notice.
Hyphenationre•mark•a•ble
Part of Speech(形) adjective
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异常yìchángexceptional; abnormal; an anomaly
非凡的fēifán deextraordinary
非凡fēifánout of the ordinary; unusually (good, talented etc)
显著xiǎnzhùoutstanding; notable; remarkable; statistically significant
值得注意zhíde zhùyìnotable; noteworthy; merit attention
不平常bùpíng chángremarkable; remarkably; unusual
可圈可点kě quān kě diǎnremarkable (performance, achievement etc); worthy of praise
斐然fěirán(literary) remarkable; brilliant
长足chángzúremarkable (progress, improvement, expansion etc)
出色的chūsè deremarkable
出色chūsèremarkable; outstanding
不简单bù jiǎndānnot simple; rather complicated; remarkable; marvelous
难能可贵nán néng kěguìrare and precious; valuable; remarkable
杰出jiéchūoutstanding; distinguished; remarkable; prominent; illustrious
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