Remarkable - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |rɪˈmɑːrkəbl|  American pronunciation of the word remarkable
Brit.  |rɪˈmɑːkəb(ə)l|  British pronunciation of the word remarkable


- unusual or striking(syn: singular)

a remarkable sight

- worthy of attention because interesting, significant, or unusual(syn: notable, noteworthy)

a remarkable achievement


Competing in the Olympics is a remarkable achievement.

The girl has a remarkable talent.

It's remarkable to see such clean streets.

She has made remarkable progress.

It's a remarkable achievement for the company.

It is remarkable that women did not have the vote until that time.

His drawings are remarkable for their accuracy.

He's a remarkable man.

She demonstrated yet again her remarkable artistic talents.

She received the news of his death with remarkable calmness.

a young woman with many remarkable musical abilities

The work was done with remarkable speed.

The products showed a remarkable absence of defects.

Her solo flight across the Atlantic was a remarkable first.

The author analyzes the problem with remarkable insight.

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