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incredible

adjective
 
/ɪnˈkred·ə·bəl/
B1 informal very good and exciting: The city itself is incredible.
very large in amount or high in level: She earned an incredible amount of money. The planes make an incredible noise.
If a fact is incredible, it is so strange that you cannot believe it: It seems incredible that she didn’t know what was happening.
incredibly adverb very: The team played incredibly well.
(Definition of incredible from the Websters Essential Mini Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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