In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(vary) notablemente(vary) de forma notoria(improve) sensiblemente(improve) notablementemarkedly different — muy diferente
- markedly inferior — marcadamente / notablemente inferior
- The accent in New Zealand has changed rather markedly from the early colonial days until now.
- This will force the national team to opt for a markedly aggressive, attacking style of play.
- Have you noticed how markedly hospitals have improved in the last few years?
- The holiday may not have gone entirely to plan, but the PM's body language has changed markedly.
- This can reduce our interest bills markedly, and have a substantial impact over the years.
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