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spectacularly

adverb uk   /spekˈtæk.jʊ.lə.li/ us    /-lɚ-/

spectacularly adverb (IMPRESSIVE)

in a very beautiful way that people admire: At night, the city is spectacularly lit.

spectacularly adverb (EXTREMELY)

extremely: spectacularly beautiful countryside House prices have risen spectacularly.
Translations of “spectacularly”
in Chinese (Traditional) 深刻印象的, 壯麗地,壯觀地,令人驚歎地…
in Chinese (Simplified) 深刻印象的, 壮丽地,壮观地,令人惊叹地…
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