He was an eminent scientist.
This monument was erected in honor of the eminent philosopher.
I know his as an eminent pop singer.
Can we afford to hire such an eminent lawyer?
an eminent lawyer
Richard Feynman was the eminent scientist.
A doctor's reputation is made by the number of eminent men who die under his care.
Sy Bisti was actually a perfectly well-defined and eminently useful language.
Picasso is an eminent painter.
Mr Smith is an eminent violinist.
He is eminent for his great discoveries.
He is eminent both as a teacher and writer.
Can you tell us what quality that you possess is the most outstanding?
Many people argue that they are unpleasant eyesores which damage the enjoyment of areas of outstanding natural beauty.
We have asked you repeatedly to settle your outstanding account for the invoice No.1111.
He made himself immortal with a number of outstanding books about education.
On the practical side, the application of Emmet's theory has produced several outstanding designs.
If you are having temporary financial problems and it is the cause of your outstanding account, let us know about it.
Because of Linda's outstanding grades last semester, I have arranged for her to visit Europe.
West Lothian Council is taking Livingston Football Club to court in a bid to recover outstanding debts.
a job or action that is outstanding hasn't been completed yet or dealt with
He was given an award for his outstanding achievements in the field of scientific research.
Sarah is an outstanding student. She held the highest grade point average at the end of the last semester.
The next instant I saw it was leaning an inch or two more than usual, and all the skies with their outstanding stars seemed to be leaning with it.
I wish to thank my colleague Karl-Heinz Florenz for his outstanding work and his constant devotion to this issue.
A quotation from Book VII of the Aeneid regarding the merits of outstanding citizens runs along the top of the walls around the room.
English word "выдающийся"(outstanding) occurs in sets:TRKI Vocabulary 551 - 600