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Translation of "promising" - English-Spanish dictionary


adjective   /ˈprɒm.ɪ.sɪŋ/
A Something that is promising shows signs that it is going to be successful or enjoyable. Something that is promising shows signs that it is going to be successful or enjoyable. prometedor They won the award for the most promising new band of the year. ‘How’s your new venture going?’ ‘It’s looking quite promising.’ It’s a great restaurant but it doesn’t look at all promising from the outside. →  Opposite unpromising 1835
promisingly adverb   /-li/
de manera prometedora The film starts promisingly enough but doesn’t maintain the interest level.1835
(Definition of promising from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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