Translation of exceptionally in Spanish:


excepcionalmente, adv.

Pronunciation /ˌɪkˈsɛpʃ(ə)nəli/ /ɪkˈsɛpʃ(ə)nəli/


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    • Their upper surfaces, however, vary from convex to exceptionally flat.
    • Barriers to entry into the French political elite are exceptionally high.
    • The lambs are finished exclusively on the marsh, only coming above the high water mark for exceptionally high tides.
    • The claim submitted by the Referring Party is based on exceptionally poor material.
    • A few years back, the publican had invested in a large extension following an exceptionally good summer.
    • Upon receiving the sundial, my friend was exceptionally pleased with the unique gift.
    • Our minors have been performing exceptionally well at the moment.
    • Neighbourhood network programmes have shown exceptionally good success rates everywhere.
    • Rumoured to be an exceptionally talented artist, he continues to work with oil paints today.
    • The authors do an exceptionally good job in mocking the social Communism of major industrial cities of Russia.
    • The car is also exceptionally roomy in every direction, with real lounging space in the rear.
    • Their exceptionally close relationship ended with the death of Raisa in 1999.
    • The exceptionally strong revenues we have seen over the first six months of 2000 have changed the landscape.
    • This may, in turn, let farmers use a lower application rate without having to use exceptionally small nozzles.
    • This is some very fine music by a band with an exceptionally rich collective imagination.
    • A large shuttered sash window overlooking the communal square makes this an exceptionally bright area.
    • In every vintage, this winery produced exceptionally good wines of perfect elegance.
    • Finally, exceptionally bad weather caused serious declines in output independently of all the other factors.
    • In Mayo the results were greeted with general satisfaction by teachers and students alike with some exceptionally high marks recorded.
    • They may come around, but the evidence will have to be exceptionally compelling.