German translation of 'remarkably'
Example Sentences Including 'remarkably'
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There was little wrong with her heart; it appeared remarkably normal in point of fact, considering her general condition.THE ENDLESS GAME
We've found ourselves in the neighbourhood of a murder twice in remarkably swift succession.UNREASONABLE DOUBT
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In Common Usage. remarkably is one of the 10000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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'remarkably' in Other Languages
British English: remarkably /rɪˈmɑːkəblɪ/ ADVERB
Remarkably means impressively or unusually.
The book is remarkably accurate.
- American English: remarkably
- Arabic: رائعاً
- Brazilian Portuguese: notavelmente
- Chinese: 引人注目地
- Croatian: izvanredno
- Czech: pozoruhodně
- Danish: bemærkelsesværdigt
- Dutch: opmerkelijk
- European Spanish: increíblemente
- Finnish: huomattavan
- French: remarquablement
- German: beachtlich
- Greek: αξιοσημείωτα
- Italian: notevolmente
- Japanese: 著しく
- Korean: 현저하게
- Norwegian: enestående
- Polish: wybitnie
- European Portuguese: notavelmente
- Romanian: remarcabil
- Russian: замечательно
- Spanish: increíblemente
- Swedish: anmärkningsvärt
- Thai: อย่างพิเศษ
- Turkish: dikkat çekecek derecede
- Ukrainian: чудово
- Vietnamese: đáng chú ý
Translation of remarkably from the Collins English to German Dictionary