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memorableadjective

 us   /ˈmem·ər·ə·bəl/
likely to be remembered or worth remembering: a memorable song/story Dizzy Dean was one of baseball’s most memorable personalities.
memorably
adverb  us   /ˈmem·ər·ə·bli/
The part was played memorably by Humphrey Bogart.
Translations of “memorable”
in Arabic بارِز…
in Korean 기억할만한…
in Malaysian peringatan…
in French mémorable…
in Turkish unutulmaz, hatırlamaya değer, anılardan silinmeyecek…
in Italian memorabile…
in Chinese (Traditional) 難忘的, 值得紀念的…
in Russian незабываемый, памятный…
in Polish niezapomniany…
in Vietnamese đáng nhớ…
in Spanish memorable…
in Portuguese memorável…
in Thai ซึ่งมีค่าน่าจดจำ…
in German denkwürdig…
in Catalan memorable…
in Japanese 忘れられない…
in Indonesian patut dikenang…
in Chinese (Simplified) 难忘的, 值得纪念的…
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