Translation of excellent in Spanish:


excelente, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈɛks(ə)lənt/ /ˈɛks(ə)l(ə)nt/

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    (idea/person/work) excelente
    • In fairness, the pitch has seen some serious work on it and is in excellent condition.
    • For man is made to the image of God, which condition is undoubtedly most excellent.
    • He looks very strong in defence and should prove an excellent asset and the first class centre.
    • From this starting point pure fear is an excellent motivator to maintain perfection.
    • Followed by an excellent lunch, fine wine, more coffee and a Cuban cigar to finish off.
    • The schools have had outstanding test and exam results as well as the excellent reports.
    • The nursing staff were excellent and kept us fully informed of our her condition.
    • He was an outstanding writer on his subject giving many excellent accounts of his work.
    • My favourite ever piece of digital art is an excellent example of this kind of sublime infinity.
    • They keep an excellent pint, have a wicked sense of humour and Jimmy knows lots of rugby songs.
    • We already have an excellent relationship with a supplier of a top class product.
    • There was a cool, shaded garden and an excellent veranda from which to watch the street go by.
    • A quite excellent place to eat and the perfect place to end a very busy and interesting day.
    • A good strong powerful striker who is excellent in the air and has brilliant shooting.
    • Gilbert was an excellent mathematician and the author of a fine analysis textbook.
    • Jambolan juice is an excellent source of sherbets and syrups for making cool drinks.
    • It was a fine start to what promises to be an excellent season of historic rallying.
    • It seems like an excellent idea and we'll be popping down to get a couple soon.
    • For those with lesser appetites, this would probably be an excellent value meal for two.
    • The fireworks looked excellent from our vantage point in the Castle Terrace car park.
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    (examination result)
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