outstandingadjectiveuk us /ˌaʊtˈstæn.dɪŋ/
outstanding adjective (EXCELLENT)
- The region is renowned for its outstanding natural beauty.
- Her outstanding performances set a new benchmark for singers throughout the world.
- He produced the outstanding performance of the match.
- He gave an outstanding speech to the other directors.
- Passing her exams was an outstanding achievement.
outstanding adjective (NOT FINISHED)
- Any outstanding library fines must be paid before you can graduate.
- There are a number of outstanding problems that still need to be resolved.
- They believe that all the outstanding issues should fall within the ambit of the talks.
- He calculated the difference between the outstanding debts and credits.
- She used the money to pay off the outstanding amount on her mortgage.