She achieved remarkable results.
If it had not been for antibiotics, medicine would not have made such remarkable progress.
It’s quite a remarkable achievement that Giles got straight As in his A levels, don’t you think?
Moral and physical development are remarkable in the youth.
We can travel through time. And we do at the remarkable rate of one second per second.
In this paper they made the remarkable prediction that radiation (in the form of photons) from the very hot stages of the universe should still be around today.
The truly remarkable feature of sound production by birds is that the two sides of the syrinx can act independently.
People in such countries, especially the ASEAN countries, believe that the secret of Japan's remarkable economic growth is education.
Definition someone or something that is remarkable is unusual and impressive
Or you can take a step back and apply the general principles of the Bauhaus, ending up with a remarkable looking building, simply by using geometric shapes and unusual angles
The remarkable thing is not just how many people are coming, but who
This is a truly remarkable document, much better than the previous versions, and it constitutes a firm basis for all manner of reflections on the future of cohesion within Europe.
Worthy of attention; striking. A remarkable coincidence.
Could you recommend a remarkable book?
English word "opmerkelijk"(remarkable) occurs in sets:Engels unit 4 lesson 3EN hst 4 woordjes2. Relationships (2)Engels Idioom t/m 6