(adj.) = fantastic ; wonderful ; wayout ; gee whiz [gee wizz] ; glorious ; lovely ; smash ; crackerjack ; a helluva ; a stormer of ; great ; swell ; kick-arse/ass ; kick-butt ; super-duper ; grand ; splendid ; marvellous [marvelous, -USA]. Ex: GODORT has done a fantastic job of dealing with and solving documents problems. Ex: A wonderful grin spread over the manager's face. Ex: By asking readers to indicate whether the reference had been of interest or not, a degree of feedback can be obtained which can be used to modify their profiles, but there will never be any means of foretelling the 'wayout' article which may prove of interest. Ex: He should beware that the 'gee whiz' or 'Isn't science wonderful' syndrome is not uncommon among the recently converted = Debería tener cuidado de que el síndrome "recórcholis" o "la ciencia es maravillosa" es frecuente entre los nuevos conversos. Ex: In other words, compare the glorious statements made about the purpose of libraries in 1849 with the opening of Manchester Public Library, with one ceremony for the working class and one for the 'nobs'. Ex: The article 'Lovely idea, but unlovely pricing' criticizes the pricing level of a new service aimed at research scientists in the pharmaceutical, chemical, and biotechnology companies. Ex: The cooperative venture 'StoryLines America' joins libraries and public radio in smash kick-off. Ex: What is needed is a crackerjack reference librarian who could help research this question. Ex: I have the ability to do this on my own, but it takes a helluva long time for me to warm up to people. Ex: After only two days rehearsal we did a stormer of a gig from my point of view which went down a treat to a packed house. Ex: Click on 'add new experience', provide as much details as you can, and let us know why you think they are so great. Ex: I was reading this book in anticipatian of the movie and it was swell, it was so good I read it two days straight. Ex: I also have a kick-arse group of people working with me to build the business. Ex: Finding the right market and coming up with a kick-butt idea can easily make the difference between a struggling business and a successful one. Ex: He recently passed away due to a heart attack and he was a super-duper awesome guy. Ex: As Carlyle saw it, 'the grand use of any catalog is to tell you, in any intelligible way, that such and such books are in the library'. Ex: She wanted to suggest some course of action splendid and decisive, and was perturbed to find that she could not. Ex: The National Library of Canada in its automation development has done a remarkable and marvelous thing in terms of its interpretation and use of the MARC format. ---- * de manera estupenda = marvellously [marvelously, -USA]. * ser estupendo = sound + great ; be fine and dandy. * ser estupendo poder contar con + Nombre = be nice to have + Nombre + on board. * ser una forma estupenda de = be a great way to.