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noteworthyadjective

 us   /ˈnoʊtˌwɜr·ði/
deservingattention because of being ​important or ​interesting: Two noteworthy ​filmsopen this ​week.
(Definition of noteworthy from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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noteworthyadjective

uk   /ˈnəʊtˌwɜː.ði/  us   /ˈnoʊtˌwɝː-/ formal
deservingattention because of being ​important or ​interesting: a noteworthy ​example/​event It is noteworthy that one third of ​students do not ​pay any ​tuitionfees. King Darius I was noteworthy for his ​administrativereforms, ​militaryconquests, and ​religioustoleration.
(Definition of noteworthy from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “noteworthy”
in Chinese (Simplified) 显着的, 值得注意的…
in Turkish önemli, dikkate değer, göze çarpan…
in Russian заслуживающий внимания…
in Chinese (Traditional) 顯著的, 值得注意的…
in Polish godny uwagi, znaczący…
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