Definition of Phenomenal in English :

Define Phenomenal in English

Phenomenal meaning in English

Meaning of Phenomenal in English

Pronunciation of Phenomenal in English

Phenomenal pronunciation in English

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Phenomenal

see synonyms of phenomenal

Adjective

1. phenomenal

of or relating to a phenomenon

Example Sentences:
'phenomenal science'

2. phenomenal

exceedingly or unbelievably great

Example Sentences:
'the bomb did fantastic damage'
'Samson is supposed to have had fantastic strength'
'phenomenaRl feats of memory'

WordNet Lexical Database for English. Princeton University. 2010.


Phenomenal

see synonyms of phenomenal
adjective
1. 
of or relating to a phenomenon
2. 
extraordinary; outstanding; remarkable
a phenomenal achievement
3. philosophy
known or perceived by the senses rather than the mind

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Phenomenal

see synonyms of phenomenal
adjective
1. 
of or constituting a phenomenon or phenomena
2. 
extremely unusual; extraordinary; highly remarkable
3.  Philosophy
apparent to or perceptible by the senses

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Phenomenal

see synonyms of phenomenal
adj.
1. Of, relating to, or constituting phenomena or a phenomenon.
2. Extraordinary; outstanding: a phenomenal feat of memory.
3. Philosophy Known or derived through the senses rather than through the mind.

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