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Meaning of “remarkable” - Learner’s Dictionary

remarkable

adjective     /rɪˈmɑːkəbl/
B2 very unusual or noticeable in a way that you admire: a remarkable woman He has a remarkable memory. →  Opposite unremarkable Unique and unusualGood, better and best in terms of quality
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