amazing 高中必修500 全国卷频次:8 教材出处:译林版必修B1U1
While there are amazing stories of instant transformation, for most of us the changes are gradual and require a lot of effort and work, like cleaning up a polluted river.
One was that I was amazing at the fact that a sick person could feel much more better after seeing a doctor.（改为）amazed
The amazing food is mainly consumed by local farmers.
Even more amazing is how they achieve this level of organization.
where amazing happens 奇迹发生之地（NBA季后赛的宣传口号）
1 very good, especially in an unexpected way 惊人的；了不起的
He’s an amazing player to watch.
an amazing bargain
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2 so surprising you can hardly believe it 令人惊诧的，让人难以相信的
It’s amazing how often you see drivers using mobile phones.
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These shoes were amazingly cheap.
1.ADJ-GRADED 能被表示程度的副词或介词词组修饰的形容词令人称奇的；惊人的 You say that something is amazing when it is very surprising and makes you feel pleasure, approval, or wonder.
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It’s amazing what we can remember with a little prompting…
This movie has some of the most amazing stunts you’re ever likely to see.
She was an amazingly good cook.
[more amazing; most amazing] : causing great surprise or wonder : causing amazement令人吃惊的；惊人的
She gave an amazing [=wonderful] performance in her first film.
It’s amazing [=difficult to believe] how/that many adults in this country don’t know how to read.
He showed an amazing lack of concern for others.
The amazing thing is that no one knows where it came from.
He has an amazing ability to learn new languages.
Her grandmother was really an amazing woman.
He’s created an amazing number [=a surprisingly large number] of new designs for the spring.
— amazingly adverb
an amazingly beautiful garden
Amazingly (enough), the dog swam all the way across the lake.