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staggeringly

  • 1 asombrosamente

    adv.
    amazingly, wonderfully, marvellously.
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    1 amazingly, astonishingly
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    ADV amazingly, astonishingly
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    = bewilderingly, startlingly, astonishingly, staggeringly, uncannily, surprisingly, amazingly.
    Ex. These factors, when combined with the computer's ability to select only those items meeting a bewilderingly complex set of conditions, provide an access capability unimagined with the book or card catalogs of Mr Cutter.
    Ex. Startlingly, we find also that Rule 2.44 would permit either Horses -- Diseases or Horse -- Diseases -- Strangles for a document on strangles in horses (an infectious streptococcal fever); the first of these is blatantly class entry rather than specific, while the second is equally blatantly alphabetico classed.
    Ex. These disk drives have been incorporated into microcomputers at astonishingly low prices.
    Ex. Not surprisingly, there is a staggeringly low take-up of welfare benefits, estimated at between 350 million pounds and 650 million pounds a year.
    Ex. Sawyer's works are at once uncomfortably personal and uncannily universal.
    Ex. The 2nd family, dealing with amino acid residues covalently bound in soil organic matter, yielded documents having surprisingly little overlap with those retrieved from Chemical Abstracts (CA).
    Ex. The market for books on cooking is increasingly made up of home cooks with an amazingly sophisticated set of skills and tastes.
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    = bewilderingly, startlingly, astonishingly, staggeringly, uncannily, surprisingly, amazingly.

    Ex: These factors, when combined with the computer's ability to select only those items meeting a bewilderingly complex set of conditions, provide an access capability unimagined with the book or card catalogs of Mr Cutter.

    Ex: Startlingly, we find also that Rule 2.44 would permit either Horses -- Diseases or Horse -- Diseases -- Strangles for a document on strangles in horses (an infectious streptococcal fever); the first of these is blatantly class entry rather than specific, while the second is equally blatantly alphabetico classed.
    Ex: These disk drives have been incorporated into microcomputers at astonishingly low prices.
    Ex: Not surprisingly, there is a staggeringly low take-up of welfare benefits, estimated at between 350 million pounds and 650 million pounds a year.
    Ex: Sawyer's works are at once uncomfortably personal and uncannily universal.
    Ex: The 2nd family, dealing with amino acid residues covalently bound in soil organic matter, yielded documents having surprisingly little overlap with those retrieved from Chemical Abstracts (CA).
    Ex: The market for books on cooking is increasingly made up of home cooks with an amazingly sophisticated set of skills and tastes.

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    amazingly, astonishingly
    lo hizo asombrosamente bien she did it amazingly o astonishingly well
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    amazingly, astonishingly;
    salió asombrosamente ileso del accidente amazingly o astonishingly, he was not injured in the accident

    Spanish-English dictionary > asombrosamente

  • 2 sorprendentemente

    adv.
    surprisingly, astonishingly, astoundingly, stunningly.
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    1 surprisingly
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    = surprisingly enough, surprisingly, staggeringly, tellingly, amazingly, shockingly.
    Ex. Surprisingly enough, expert hand-drawn facsimiles are amongst the hardest to spot.
    Ex. The 2nd family, dealing with amino acid residues covalently bound in soil organic matter, yielded documents having surprisingly little overlap with those retrieved from Chemical Abstracts (CA).
    Ex. Not surprisingly, there is a staggeringly low take-up of welfare benefits, estimated at between 350 million pounds and 650 million pounds a year.
    Ex. It points to a doctrine of value which tellingly has no relation either to human accomplishment or to social interaction.
    Ex. The market for books on cooking is increasingly made up of home cooks with an amazingly sophisticated set of skills and tastes.
    Ex. Then a few weeks ago, we noted that he had shockingly changed his tune, right about the time that the market was hitting new highs.
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    = surprisingly enough, surprisingly, staggeringly, tellingly, amazingly, shockingly.

    Ex: Surprisingly enough, expert hand-drawn facsimiles are amongst the hardest to spot.

    Ex: The 2nd family, dealing with amino acid residues covalently bound in soil organic matter, yielded documents having surprisingly little overlap with those retrieved from Chemical Abstracts (CA).
    Ex: Not surprisingly, there is a staggeringly low take-up of welfare benefits, estimated at between 350 million pounds and 650 million pounds a year.
    Ex: It points to a doctrine of value which tellingly has no relation either to human accomplishment or to social interaction.
    Ex: The market for books on cooking is increasingly made up of home cooks with an amazingly sophisticated set of skills and tastes.
    Ex: Then a few weeks ago, we noted that he had shockingly changed his tune, right about the time that the market was hitting new highs.

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    sorprendentemente adverbio surprisingly
    ' sorprendentemente' also found in these entries:
    English:
    surprisingly
    - unusually
    - remarkably
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    surprisingly

    Spanish-English dictionary > sorprendentemente

См. также в других словарях:

  • Staggeringly — Stag ger*ing*ly, adv. In a staggering manner. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • staggeringly — adverb a) To a breathtaking degree. The ancient city was staggeringly beautiful. b) In a staggering way; with a stagger He made his way staggeringly to the bar …   Wiktionary

  • staggeringly — adv. Staggeringly is used with these adjectives: ↑beautiful …   Collocations dictionary

  • staggeringly — adverb see staggering …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • staggeringly — See staggering. * * * …   Universalium

  • staggeringly — adv. in a shocking manner; in a manner which amazes or astounds …   English contemporary dictionary

  • staggeringly — stag·ger·ing·ly …   English syllables

  • staggeringly — See: staggering …   English dictionary

  • staggeringly — adverb extremely (Freq. 2) he was enormously popular • Syn: ↑enormously, ↑tremendously, ↑hugely • Derived from adjective: ↑tremendous (for: ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • staggering — staggeringly, adv. /stag euh ring/, adj. tending to stagger or overwhelm: a staggering amount of money required in the initial investment. [1555 65; STAGGER + ING2] * * * …   Universalium

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