Expressions used in Everyday Spoken English in Social and Professional contexts
1) something worth commenting on, something significant
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a remarkable performance/achievement/experience
'Remarkable' is an adjective used to describe something worthy of attention, striking or memorable. Similar in meaning to extraordinary, exceptional or significant. To 'remark' means to comment on something. So something .remarkable. is worthy of talking about or discussing.
Social Examples (Basic)
The athlete received the gold medalfollowing a remarkable performance.
It really was a remarkable achievement to reachthe summit of Mount Everest in that terrible weather.
I remember snorkelling in the seas off Thailand.It was such a remarkable experience!
I thought I'd get really nervous when I went up on the stage.Remarkably, I didn't!
Professional Examples (Basic)
We pride ourselves on our remarkabletalent and ability to find a solution to every problem.
Marks' ability to code quickly without making errors is quite franklyremarkable.
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