Definition of 'amazing'
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We have been freed up and have done loads of amazing things. The Sun (2017)We email and text one another but to actually see him was amazing. The Sun (2017)There is something amazing about playing in the street. The Sun (2016)Reaching the final then was an amazing feeling. The Sun (2016)You will sweat but you'll see results because you will push yourself and feel amazing after. The Sun (2016)You're supposed to look amazing and feel your best. The Sun (2016)It was an amazing experience. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It was an amazing experience and I wanted to leave it there. The Sun (2016)The students ask how it felt; amazing, they say. Times, Sunday Times (2017)He said: 'It was amazing. The Sun (2017)What has driven this amazing technological success? Times, Sunday Times (2011)He has this amazing way of saying what he thinks. The Sun (2016)This has been one of the most amazing experiences of my life. The Sun (2009)The fact that she was an old friend was such an amazing coincidence. The Sun (2008)We see an amazing thing happening here. Christianity Today (2000)It will be great to see her amazing moves on the dancefloor. The Sun (2014)You can have the hardest time on a film set and end up with something amazing. Times, Sunday Times (2011)We all have to get that amazing feeling of invincibility back again. The Sun (2009)Two series wins would be an amazing feat. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The past decade has been little short of amazing. Times, Sunday Times (2008)We leave with some amazing successes under our belt and we can say goodbye in style. The Sun (2013)That he got there at all was the result of either an amazing coincidence or foul play. The Spanish Civil War: Reaction, Revolution and RevengeWe did amazing things like whale watching. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It was the most amazing thing to see. Times, Sunday Times (2009)What tips would you give to other youngsters hoping to do something amazing with their lives? Times, Sunday Times (2011)To do it so emphatically was probably not on the cards but an amazing feeling. The Sun (2010)This would be an amazing feat in such a short period. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The fact that he won the election with so little experience is amazing. Times, Sunday Times (2009)We bring amazing success as record producers and executives. The Sun (2011)It makes me feel amazing. The Sun (2014)He added: 'It was an amazing season. The Sun (2014)He said: 'It was amazing. The Sun (2009)
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Translations for 'amazing'
British English: amazing /əˈmeɪzɪŋ/ ADJECTIVE
If something is amazing, it is very surprising and makes you feel pleasure or admiration.
It's the most amazing thing to watch.
- American English: amazing
- Arabic: مُدْهِش
- Brazilian Portuguese: extraordinário
- Chinese: 令人惊异的
- Croatian: zapanjujući
- Czech: úžasný
- Danish: forbløffende
- Dutch: verbazingwekkend
- European Spanish: asombroso admirable
- Finnish: ällistyttävä
- French: merveilleux
- German: erstaunend
- Greek: καταπληκτικός
- Italian: meraviglioso
- Japanese: 驚くべき
- Korean: 놀라운
- Norwegian: forbausende
- Polish: zdumiewający
- European Portuguese: extraordinário
- Romanian: uimitor
- Russian: изумительный
- Spanish: asombroso
- Swedish: otrolig
- Thai: น่าประหลาดใจ
- Turkish: hayret verici
- Ukrainian: дивовижний
- Vietnamese: đáng kinh ngạc
Definition of amazing from the Collins English Dictionary
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