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Translation of "excel" - English-German dictionary

excel

verb /ikˈsel/ ( past tense, past participle excelled)
to stand out beyond others (in some quality etc); to do very well (in or at some activity) sich auszeichnen He excelled in mathematics / at football. to be better than übertreffen She excels them all at swimming. excellence /ˈek-/ noun unusual goodness or worth die Vortrefflichkeit Many of his former students have praised his excellence as a teacher. Excellency /ˈek-/ noun ( plural Excellencies) (with His, Youretc) a title of honour, used eg for ambassadors die Exzellenz His/Your Excellency Their Excellencies. excellent /ˈek-/ adjective unusually good ausgezeichnet an excellent plan. excellently adverb ausgezeichnet
(Definition of excel from the Password English-German Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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