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breathtaking Englisch:

1. impressive impressive


Your results are really impressive. Congratulations!
That's impressive.
Unless it's something fairly impressive, I won't remember it.
His speech was very impressive. You should have been there.
You've both been very impressive today. I'm proud of you.
Your curriculum is impressive, when could you start working for us?
It's impressive that he's popular with just a bit part!
Her eyes, a deep blue, were quite impressive.
That was another impressive fall-flat-on-your-face ... Hey, you alright, Sophie? Can you stand?
Two months later the sauce was on the shelves of one of Britain's supermarket chains, and Levi is now running an impressive and profitable company.
We knew he was good but we didn't expect his results to be as impressive as they were.
China has demonstrated impressive economic progress.
The impressive rock formations at Meteora are worth seeing.
The new railway station looks very impressive. It’s much bigger and better than the old one.
Impressive isn't it. A company that's only just been established but it's already got many outlets and is in fashion.

Englisch Wort "breathtaking"(impressive) tritt in Sätzen auf:

variety of synononyms

2. Ooo



Englisch Wort "breathtaking"(Ooo) tritt in Sätzen auf:

4. Free Time; Positive Adjectives; Uncountable and...

3. breath


Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take, but by the moments that take our breath away.
Karl Lange's record breaking long jump took the crowd's breath away.
Possible side effects include blurred vision and shortness of breath.
You can save your breath. There is no use talking to him.
To our great surprise, she held her breath for three minutes.
fresh breath
In this harsh, petty world where money does the talking, his way of life is like a breath of fresh air.
Short-term effects of smoking include unfitness, wheezing, a general vulnerability to illness, bad breath, bad skin and so on.
I would maintain with my last breath that he is innocent.
The students laughed under their breath when they saw that the teacher had put on his sweater backwards.
My attitude to the comma is physiological; the more breath I have, the fewer commas I use.
The excited woman tried to explain the accident all in one breath.
If you have bad breath it may mean that you have stomach problems. / Remember to take a few deep breaths before you enter the examination room.
breathing space
Breath through the bag.

4. very beautiful surprising or impressive