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majestic

adjective uk   us   /məˈdʒes.tɪk/
beautiful, powerful, or causing great admiration and respect: The majestic Montana scenery will leave you breathless.
majestically
adverb uk   us   /-tɪ.kəl.i/
The white cliffs rise majestically from the sea.
Translations of “majestic”
in Korean 장엄한…
in Arabic فَخْم, مُهيب…
in Portuguese majestoso…
in Catalan majestuós…
in Japanese 雄大な, 威厳のある…
in Italian imponente, meraviglioso…
in Chinese (Traditional) 雄偉的, 壯麗的, 威嚴的…
in Russian величественный…
in Turkish görkemli, muhteşem, ihtişamlı…
in Chinese (Simplified) 雄伟的, 壮丽的, 威严的…
in Polish majestatyczny…
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