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Exceptions; Exceptional; Except for; Exception (disambiguation); Exceptionally; Except

exceptional         
1.
You use exceptional to describe someone or something that has a particular quality, usually a good quality, to an unusually high degree.
...children with exceptional ability...
His translation is exceptional in its poetic quality.
= extraordinary
ADJ [approval]
exceptionally
He's an exceptionally talented dancer...
= extremely
ADV: ADV adj/adv
2.
Exceptional situations and incidents are unusual and only likely to happen very infrequently. (FORMAL)
School governors have the discretion to allow parents to withdraw pupils in exceptional circumstances.
= unusual
ADJ
exceptionally
Exceptionally, in times of emergency, we may send a team of experts...
ADV: ADV with cl
exceptional         
a.
Irregular, unusual, rare, uncommon, unnatural, peculiar, anomalous, abnormal, aberrant, exceptive.
exceptional         
¦ adjective unusual; not typical.
?unusually good.
¦ noun an item in a company's accounts arising from its normal activity but much larger or smaller than usual.
Derivatives
exceptionality noun
exceptionally adverb

Wikipedia

Exception

Exception, exceptions or expectional may refer to:

  • Exception (computer science), an anomalous condition during computation
  • State of exception, a concept of extension of sovereign power
  • Exceptional objects, in mathematics
    • Exceptional isomorphisms
Pronunciation examples for exceptional
1. exceptional.
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2. exceptional.
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3. exceptional.
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4. exceptional or the are exceptional,
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5. exceptional people.
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Examples of use of exceptional
1. Exceptional dangers require exceptional measures.
2. A spokeswoman said÷ The expectation is exceptional means exceptional.
3. Sure, there are some exceptional women who have reached exceptional positions.
4. Lee was an exceptional person and an exceptional director general,‘‘ Salgado said.
5. Lee "was an exceptional person and an exceptional director–general," Selgado said.