Definición de egregious en inglés:

egregious

Silabificación: e·gre·gious
Pronunciación: /iˈgrējəs
 
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adjetivo

  • 2 archaic Remarkably good.
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • I am not so egregious a mathematician as you are.
    • When he wanted to draw some one splendid and egregious, it was Clive he took for a model.

Derivativos

egregiously

adverbio
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • There is something terribly wrong in this country when a major story like that can be printed which is so egregiously wrong.
  • The average price of U.S. electricity fell throughout the twentieth century, and it has kept falling since, except in egregiously mismanaged markets such as California's.
  • We live in a society which has become so accustomed to accepting egregiously mindless anti-social behaviour as meaningful rebellion that it could see a hero lurking somewhere in a hooligan.

egregiousness

sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • We hardly recognize the egregiousness of insults like this when they most urgently need to be remembered.
  • The Times had its several pomposities and egregiousness.
  • The English dub is awful, of course, but since 99% of all anime is served up this way in North America, it becomes increasingly difficult to put red marks on a disc for this egregiousness.

Origen

mid 16th century (sense 2): from Latin egregius 'illustrious', literally 'standing out from the flock', from ex- 'out' + grex, greg- 'flock'. The derogatory sense (late 16th century) probably arose as an ironical use.

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