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remark

noun /rəˈmaːk/
a comment; something said
observación, comentario
The chairman made a few remarks, then introduced the speaker.
remarkable adjective unusual; worth mentioning; extraordinary
notable; curioso
What a remarkable coincidence! He really is a remarkable man It is quite remarkable how alike the two children are.
remarkably adverb
notablemente; curiosamente
The two students’ essays were remarkably similar.
Translations of “remark”
in Arabic مُلاحَظة, تَعْليق…
in Korean 발언…
in Malaysian komen…
in French remarque…
in Turkish söz, lâf, beyan…
in Italian nota, osservazione…
in Chinese (Traditional) 言辭, 話語, 談論…
in Russian замечание…
in Polish uwaga…
in Vietnamese nhận xét…
in Portuguese comentário, observação…
in Thai ความเห็น…
in German die Bemerkung…
in Catalan comentari…
in Japanese 発言, 意見, コメント…
in Indonesian komentar…
in Chinese (Simplified) 言辞, 话语, 谈论…
(Definition of remark from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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