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memorable

adjective uk   /ˈmem.ər.ə.bl̩/ us  
B2 likely to be remembered or worth remembering: a memorable performance a memorable tune I haven't seen them since that memorable evening when the boat capsized.
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memorably
adverb uk   /-bli/ us  
The book includes a range of memorably eccentric characters.
Translations of “memorable”
in Korean 기억할만한…
in Arabic بارِز…
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 Spanish memorable…
in Portuguese memorável…
in German denkwürdig…
in Catalan memorable…
in Japanese 忘れられない…
in Chinese (Simplified) 难忘的, 值得纪念的…
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