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Translation of "excel" - English-Spanish dictionary

excel

verb   /ɪkˈsel/ (-ll-)
to be extremely good at something destacar Rebecca always excelled in languages at school.1848
excel yourself
to do something better than you usually do lucirse The British team have excelled themselves this year to reach the finals.1848
(Definition of excel from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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) aventajar, superar He excelled in mathematics / at football.
to be better than destacar, sobresalir She excels them all at swimming.
excellence /ˈek-/ noun
unusual goodness or worth excelencia 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 Excelencia His/Your Excellency Their Excellencies.
excellent /ˈek-/ adjective
unusually good excelente an excellent plan.
excellently adverb
excelentemente She performed excellently in the test.
(Definition of excel from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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