notable

adj.
1 remarkable, outstanding.
2 notable, striking, famous, appreciable.
f.
good mark.
m.
1 (pass with) credit (education).
2 notable, distinguished person (person).
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notable
adjetivo
1 (apreciable) noticeable; (considerable, marcado) considerable, remarkable
la diferencia entre un coche y otro es notable there's a considerable difference between one car and another
2 (digno de mención) noteworthy, notable
3 (ilustre) well-known
nombre masculino
1 (persona) dignitary, notable
2 (calificación) mark equivalent to between 70% and 80% in the Spanish marking system
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adj.
notable, remarkable
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1. ADJ
1) (=destacado) notable

una actuación verdaderamente notable — an outstanding performance, a truly notable performance

un poema notable por su belleza lírica — a poem notable for its lyrical beauty

la exposición reúne a pintores tan notables como ... — the exhibition brings together such notable o distinguished painters as ...

2) (=considerable) [aumento, mejoría, diferencia] significant, considerable

el enfermo ha experimentado una notable mejoría — the patient has experienced a significant o considerable improvement

la disminución de la contaminación ha sido notable — there has been a significant o considerable reduction in pollution

la obra fue un fracaso notable — the play was a signal failure

2.
SM Esp (=calificación) mark or grade between 7 and 8 out of 10

he sacado un notable — I got a B

3.
SMPL

los notables — the notables

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I
adjetivo notable

una actuación notable — an outstanding performance

posee una notable inteligencia — she is remarkably o extremely intelligent

II
masculino
a) (Educ) grade between 7 and 8.5 on a scale from 1 to 10
b) (persona importante) dignitary
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= notable, noticeable, salient, striking, worthy, noteworthy, outstandingly + Adjetivo, noted, marked, acute, of note.
Ex. There are notable differences in practice between the United States and the United Kingdom.
Ex. The most noticeable effect the advent of Islam had on Arab names was not so much on structure as on choice.
Ex. There must be instructions explaining salient features of the index.
Ex. A very striking example of this is the fact that in all our rules there is the provision that anonymous publications should be entered under the author when known.
Ex. Books were kept for historical records of deeds done by the inhabitants: their worthy acts as well as their sins.
Ex. It essays simply to be a list of the more important, rare or otherwise noteworthy books available.
Ex. It is tempting to quote the tremendous successes of outstandingly popular authors such as Harold Robbins, James Herriot, Catherine Cookson and a relatively small number of other household names (to book readers).
Ex. Planning began about 9 months before the exhibition, with the recruitment of a noted Swiss book illustrator to design the stand.
Ex. It hardly needs to be said that the microcomputer is now a fact of life, but its impact upon the world of information retrieval and libraries generally has been less marked than in many other areas.
Ex. In some areas of study, notably the social sciences, the problems vocabulary are acute.
Ex. Another analytical study of note is the one for Columbia University Libraries.
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* aumento notable = rising tide.
* incremento notable = rising tide.
* notable por = noted for.
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I
adjetivo notable

una actuación notable — an outstanding performance

posee una notable inteligencia — she is remarkably o extremely intelligent

II
masculino
a) (Educ) grade between 7 and 8.5 on a scale from 1 to 10
b) (persona importante) dignitary
* * *
= notable, noticeable, salient, striking, worthy, noteworthy, outstandingly + Adjetivo, noted, marked, acute, of note.

Ex: There are notable differences in practice between the United States and the United Kingdom.

Ex: The most noticeable effect the advent of Islam had on Arab names was not so much on structure as on choice.
Ex: There must be instructions explaining salient features of the index.
Ex: A very striking example of this is the fact that in all our rules there is the provision that anonymous publications should be entered under the author when known.
Ex: Books were kept for historical records of deeds done by the inhabitants: their worthy acts as well as their sins.
Ex: It essays simply to be a list of the more important, rare or otherwise noteworthy books available.
Ex: It is tempting to quote the tremendous successes of outstandingly popular authors such as Harold Robbins, James Herriot, Catherine Cookson and a relatively small number of other household names (to book readers).
Ex: Planning began about 9 months before the exhibition, with the recruitment of a noted Swiss book illustrator to design the stand.
Ex: It hardly needs to be said that the microcomputer is now a fact of life, but its impact upon the world of information retrieval and libraries generally has been less marked than in many other areas.
Ex: In some areas of study, notably the social sciences, the problems vocabulary are acute.
Ex: Another analytical study of note is the one for Columbia University Libraries.
* aumento notable = rising tide.
* incremento notable = rising tide.
* notable por = noted for.

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notable1
adjective
notable
una actuación notable an outstanding o a notable performance
posee una notable inteligencia she is remarkably o extremely intelligent
éste es uno de los rasgos más notables de su obra this is one of the most notable characteristics of his work
una notable mejoría a marked o notable improvement
uno de los estudios más notables sobre Cervantes one of the most notable o noteworthy studies on Cervantes
notable2
masculine
1 (Educ) grade between 7 and 8.5 on a scale from 1 to 10
2 (persona importante) dignitary
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notable adjetivo ‹diferencia/mejoríanotable;
una actuación notable an outstanding performance;

posee una notable inteligencia she is remarkably o extremely intelligent
■ sustantivo masculino
a) (Educ) grade between 7 and 8.5 on a scale from 1 to 10

b) (persona importante) dignitary

notable
I adj (cualidad, mérito) outstanding, remarkable
(distancia, diferencia) noticeable
II m Educ the grade of B: he conseguido un notable en geografía, I got a B in Geography
'notable' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
acusada
- acusado
- deterioro
- sensible
- grande
- notorio
- relevante
English:
endurance
- notable
- noticeable
- remarkable
- credit
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notable
adj
remarkable, outstanding;
hay una notable diferencia entre las dos propuestas there's a significant o clear difference between the two proposals;
es un violinista notable he's an outstanding violinist
nm
1. [nota] = mark between 7 and 8.9 out of 10, ≈ (pass with) credit, ≈ B
2. [persona] dignitary
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notable
I adj remarkable, notable
II m
1 EDU B
2
:
notables pl dignitaries
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notable adj
1) : notable, noteworthy
2) : outstanding
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notable1 adj considerable / remarkable
notable2 n very good / B
me han puesto un notable I got a B

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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