Translation of eminently in Spanish:

eminently

sumamente, adv.

Pronunciation /ˈɛmənəntli//ˈɛmɪnəntli/

adverb

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    sumamente
    • This is tricky on a rainy December afternoon but eminently possible at every hour of the day throughout August.
    • The experience offered here is a warm one, earthy and pleasurable, and eminently watchable.
    • That suddenly makes the cost of repairing our fine Victorian building seem eminently reasonable.
    • The result is an eminently readable account that captures the spirit of those heady days.
    • Rule four makes it sound eminently sensible, especially as it is voluntary.
    • I am unwilling to be completely convinced by something which seems so eminently illogical.
    • All of which are eminently curable with current methods and medicines.
    • Everything about this car is classic, yet it remains eminently affordable.
    • The German architect and environmental expert is eminently qualified to speak on the problem.
    • The only drawback to this eminently plausible case is that there is not a scrap of evidence for it.
    • Workplace health and safety is an eminently worthy topic, but not one that many people bother to follow closely.
    • We fail to plan for the worst and then act shocked when eminently predictable crises occur.
    • The result was two highly original and eminently durable clown characters.
    • Despite these shortcomings, this is an interesting and eminently readable textbook.
    • Your level of participation is up to you and scheduling is eminently flexible.
    • But our coverage of previous fundraising campaigns shows the target is eminently achievable.
    • Scott is eminently watchable, playing a convincing rogue with gusto.
    • That is why the most entertaining concerts during the season were also eminently forgettable.
    • It was a calamitous mistake, not least because it was eminently avoidable.
    • My circumstances, while eminently enjoyable, are not helping my state of mind.