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eminent

adjective /ˈeminənt/
outstanding; distinguished; famous
eminente
an eminent lawyer.
eminence distinction; fame.
eminencia
a title of honour/honor used to or of a cardinal
Eminencia
His Eminence Cardinal Kelly.
eminently adverb very
eminentemente, sumamente
His experience makes him eminently suitable for this role.
Translations of “eminent”
in French éminent…
in German bedeutend…
in Chinese (Traditional) 顯赫的, 卓越的, 著名的…
in Russian выдающийся, видный…
in Turkish ünlü, seçkin, güzide…
in Chinese (Simplified) 显赫的, 卓越的, 著名的…
in Polish wybitny, znakomity…
(Definition of eminent from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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