notable

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الإنجليزية - التركية
dikkate değer

Kimya bilimi son zamanlarda dikkate değer bir gelişim gösterdi. - Chemistry has made notable progress in recent years.

göze çarpan
{i} saygın kimse
{i} ileri gelen/tanınmış kimse
hatırlanacak
ileri gelen/saygın kişi
tanınmış kişi
tanınmış kimse
dikkate şayan
{s} unutulmaz
(Kanun) itibara şayan
{s} saygın
{s} tanınmış
saygın kişi
(Kanun) muteber
ileri gelen kimse
önemli

Buda heykelleri Japon sanatının önemli eserleridirler. - Statues of Buddha are notable works of Japanese art.

ileri gelen/saygın/tanınmış kişi
anmaya değer
{i} ileri gelen
{i} çoğ. ileri gelenler
{i} şöhret
{i} ünlü kimse
eşraf
belirli
gözeçarpan
notably
epeyce/özellikle
notability
saygınlık
Notables
şöhretler
notably
açıkça
notably
epey
notably
bir hayli
notably
apaçık
notably
gerçekten
notably
bayağı
notably
başta ... olmak üzere
notably
epeyce
notably
oldukça
notably
özellikle

Onun çok ödülü vardı, özellikle bir Nobel Ödülü. - She had many awards, notably a Nobel Prize.

notably
özellikle, başta ... olmak üzere
notably
Dikkate değer bir şekilde
Notables
kodamanlar
Notables
ileri gelenler
Notables
seçkinler
be notable for
ile tanınmak, ile meşhur olmak; ... için önemli sayılmak
be notable for
için önemli sayılmak
notability
{i} tanınmış kimse
notability
{i} şöhret
notability
notableness
notably
özellikle, bilhassa
notably
dikkati çekecek bir şekilde
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Capable of being noted; noticeable; plain; evident
Worthy of notice; remarkable; memorable; noted or distinguished
A person or thing of distinction
{a} memorable, bustling, active, careful
Well-known; notorious
widely known and esteemed; "a famous actor"; "a celebrated musician"; "a famed scientist"; "an illustrious judge"; "a notable historian"; "a renowned painter"
{s} honorable; remarkable, noteworthy; famous
{i} distinguished or important personage (British)
One of a number of persons, before the revolution of 1789, chiefly of the higher orders, appointed by the king to constitute a representative body
Someone or something that is notable is important or interesting. The proposed new structure is notable not only for its height, but for its shape With a few notable exceptions, doctors are a pretty sensible lot. important, interesting, excellent, or unusual enough to be noticed or mentioned notable feature/example
a celebrity who is an inspiration to others; "he was host to a large gathering of luminaries"
Capable of being noted; noticeable; plan; evident
A person, or thing, of distinction
worthy of notice; "a noteworthy advance in cancer research"
Worthy of notice; remarkable; memorable; noted or distinguished; as, a notable event, person
non-notable
Not notable; not worthy of notice; not noted or distinguished
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The quality or state of being notable or eminent
notability
{n} diligence, contrivance
notably
{a} remarkably, with diligence or care
Notables
{i} (before the revolution of 1789) Assembly of the Notables, assembly of nobles of higher order or clergymen and state officials who has deliberative (not legislative) or administrative powers who were appointed by the king to constitute a representative body
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Quality of being notable
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A notable saying
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A notable or eminent person
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A notable, or remarkable, person or thing; a person of note
notability
{i} respectability, worthiness to be noted; important personage (British)
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plural of notable
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(in French history) An assembly of nobles or notable men, selected by the king, of the House of Valois, to form a parliament They were convened in 1626 by Richeheu, and not again till 1787 (a hundred and sixty years afterwards), when Louis XVI called them together with the view of relieving the nation of some of its pecuniary embarrassments The last time they ever assembled was November 6th 1788
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Advisors to the chief who may also perform religious rites
notables
important or famous people
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to a notable extent; "notably in the social sciences, the professors teach too much"
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as a pointed example; in a notable manner
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emphasis You can use notably to emphasize a particular quality that someone or something has. Old established friends are notably absent, so it's a good opportunity to make new contacts
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In a notable manner
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especially; remarkably; particularly
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to a notable extent; "notably in the social sciences, the professors teach too much
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You use notably to specify an important or typical example of something that you are talking about. The divorce would be granted when more important problems, notably the fate of the children, had been decided It was a question of making sure certain needs were addressed, notably in the pensions area. = particularly
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