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uk   /spekˈtæk.jə.lər/  us   /-lɚ/
B1 very exciting to look at: a spectacular view He scored a spectacular goal in the second half. There was a spectacular sunset last night.B1 especially great: We've had spectacular success with the product.
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spectacularnoun [C]

uk   /spekˈtæk.jʊ.lər/  us   /-lɚ/
an event or performance that is very exciting to watch and involves a lot of people
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