What does breathtaking mean

breathtaking (German)

Part of speech: adjective

Increases:
positive breathtaking, Comparative breathtaking, Superlative most breathtaking
Hyphenation:
breath | be | rau | bend, comparative: breath | be | rau | ben | der, superlative: atem | a | rau | bends | ten
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: [ˈAːtəmbəˌʀaʊ̯bn̩t]
Word meaning / definition:
1) stopping one's breath
Origin of the term:
Composition from noun breath and participle robbing
Synonyms:
1) breathtaking, overwhelming, stunning, enormous, grandiose, unbelievable, unbelievable
Application examples:
1) From the summit, we encountered breathtaking View of the surrounding mountains.
1) It was a breathtaking Experience that I will never forget.
1) With breathtaking The car sped past us at high speed.
Typical word combinations:
1) a breathtakingSight / lookout / look, breathtakingSpeed ​​/ rapidity, breathtakingSpeed, sheerbreathtaking

Translations

  • English: 1) breathtaking, jaw-dropping
  • Faroese: 1) stórsligin, stórfingin
  • Dutch: 1) adembenemend, verbazingwekkend

Practical example sentences

Automatically selected examples in German:

A pictorial, monumental, breathtaking nice trip.
laut.de, February 15, 2019

On Sunday evening it flashed over Central Switzerland: End times mood. How breathtaking You can see thunderstorms in our photo gallery.
20 minutes, May 20, 2019

What a few years ago breathtaking appeared quickly, is now standard.
derStandard.at, June 17, 2019

Deserts can be despite their barreness breathtaking be beautiful. The photographer Leo Coulongeat has been traveling the world for two years, photographing the varied landscapes.
Spiegel Online, September 25, 2018

On her countless trips to the Scottish Cairngorm Mountains, Nan Shepherd met one breathtaking beautiful and shockingly tough nature.
3sat.de, September 28, 2018

What to do when you get one breathtaking inherits beautiful house, which is however surrounded by a monster of devastating ugliness?
TAZ, October 27, 2020

The Spanish influencer Eva Padlock does not give up during the crisis: The erotic model shows up on Instagram breathtaking hot and sexy.
Day24, April 07, 2020

Tom Cruise jumps off a giant hill into the abyss on a motorcycle. The Mission: Impossible 7 stunt is breathtaking and typical of modern action films.
moviepilot.de, September 08, 2020

Elegant, pious and depraved - Dakar is breathtaking beautiful and terribly dirty at the same time.
Die Zeit, November 02, 2019

Thorsten Nagelschmidt well-informed, brilliantly built, breathtaking current novel "Arbeit".
Frankfurter Rundschau, July 24, 2020

The usage examples were selected automatically and may therefore contain errors.


Grammar / Declinations

Inflection breathtaking - The declension of the adjective breathtaking

 NominativeGenitivedativeaccusative
definite article
Masculinethe breathtaking oneof the breathtakingthe breathtakingthe breathtaking
Femininethe breathtakingthe breathtakingthe breathtakingthe breathtaking
neuterthe breathtakingof the breathtakingthe breathtakingthe breathtaking
Pluralthe breathtakingthe breathtakingthe breathtakingthe breathtaking
indefinite article
Masculinea breathtaking onea breathtaking onea breathtaking onea breathtaking one
Femininea breathtaking onea breathtaking onea breathtaking onea breathtaking one
neutera breathtaking onea breathtaking onea breathtaking onea breathtaking one
without article
Masculinebreathtakingbreathtakingbreathtakingbreathtaking
Femininebreathtakingbreathtakingbreathtakingbreathtaking
neuterbreathtakingbreathtakingbreathtakingbreathtaking
Pluralbreathtakingbreathtakingbreathtakingbreathtaking

Thesaurus & Synonyms

  • (all) first cream (coll.)
  • (das) fetzt (coll.)
  • (das) rocks (coll.)
  • (the) hammer! (coll., youth language)
  • (the) force in bags (coll., expression, obsolete)
  • (a dream
  • (a) revelation
  • Tip: the uppermost, tapered part of an object or formation; the highest point of a mountain; transferred: extreme, unsurpassable expression; a kind of textile fabric
  • Madness: certain behavior or thought patterns; historically and colloquially also mental illness for which one was no longer considered to be sane; Colloquially: Expression of enthusiasm, positive and negative astonishment, amazement, surprise, suddenness for an extreme, extraordinary, surprising circumstance or condition; Colloquially: irrationality
  • absolutely crazy (coll.)
  • absolutely great
  • absolute madness
  • affengeil (coll.): Youth language: beautiful, good in a particularly inspiring way; extremely great, really great
  • breathtaking: overwhelming, exciting
  • excellent: provided with an award, very often with an honorary intention; contrasting positively, excellent; provided with an informative mark
  • gifted (go.): in the manner, as it were of a grace
  • unprecedented: unique, unique of its kind, never seen before
  • bewitching (go.): highly fascinating in a positive way
  • best (coll.): to the best, very good, excellent, outstanding; Greetings, wishes: many times, very warmly, sincerely
  • brilliant: more sophisticated expression for: wonderful or impressive; Physics, from a beam: bundled, with high brilliance; Acoustics, of one sound: rich in overtones, rich in overtones; for color: pure hue, high saturation
  • treey (coll., swiss., obsolete)
  • you get the moths! (Exclamation) (coll.)
  • unique: only available once in its form; the only one of its kind; very extraordinary
  • top notch: of excellent, excellent quality; without plural, playing sports in the major league
  • excellent: having outstanding quality
  • fabulous: out of date: seeming like a fable; great, wonderful, beautiful, wonderful; unimaginably large
  • fantastic: generated by the imagination (or seem so); (in enthusiastic expressions) very good, great; outdated, delusional: crazy, dreamy
  • brilliant: Medicine starting suddenly, violent and rapid; magnificent, great; powerful, strong, violent; tlwva. threatening
  • great
  • very big cinema (coll., fig.)
  • geil (coll., juvenile): aroused, sexually demanding, finding someone sexually attractive; youth-speaking: excellent, super, good; Botany growing rapidly upwards from the sides due to competitive pressure, unhealthy, lush, heavily overgrown; Agriculture (from the ground) fat, (too) heavily fertilized; Austrian, colloquial, for dishes: lush, also excessively bold or sweet
  • ingenious: about people or ideas, in the creative sense: unusually good, unusually talented, outstanding; great, excellent
  • glittering: having a reflective surface; something that shines, shimmers, glows; outstanding; very good
  • terrific: stands out very positively, excellent
  • great (main form): significantly better than average, very good
  • hammergeil (coll., juvenile)
  • outstanding: protruding above a representational or abstract level or environment
  • outstanding: stands out from the standard; transferred: particularly good
  • like heaven (walk)
  • heavenly: in the manner of heaven; resembling the sky, resembling; divine, heavenly; wonderful, wonderful, great, beautiful,
  • gorgeous: in relation to personal characteristics such as appearance, character, nature: inspiring; so that something is extremely good or one can do something excellent
  • class (coll.): Colloquially: very good
  • magnificant (go., obsolete)
  • megacool (coll.)
  • unbelievable (coll.)
  • not to be topped (coll.)
  • without example
  • fantastic
  • phenomenal: extraordinary, amazing; Philosophy, psychology: concerning the phenomenon, offering itself to perception, to knowledge
  • rattenscharf (coll.)
  • fabulous: based on a legend; based on traditional stories; to a large extent, unimaginably large; reinforcing: very, extremely
  • saugeil (coll., juvenile)
  • super (coll.): exceptional, very good
  • superb (walk): above average, first class; especially (in a positive sense)
  • süperb (go.)
  • great (coll.): partly outdated, partly regional: simple-minded to crazy; sick with rabies, rabid; coll. great (expression of admiration)
  • top (coll.): spatially at the top; qualitatively of the highest rank
  • gorgeous
  • stunning
  • incredible: unbelievable, unlikely; of extraordinary size, intensity, number; outrageous, inappropriate
  • matchless
  • unsurpassable: made in such a way that there is no better way
  • unsurpassed
  • urst (East German-juvenile language) (coll.)
  • at its finest
  • of exceptional quality
  • of the highest ... (intensity or similar)
  • wumbaba (neol., ironic) (coll.)
  • wonderful: like a wonder; Expression of joy, positive surprise: outstandingly good, particularly beautiful or wonderful
  • wonderful: a more sophisticated expression for: ingenious, super, wonderful
  • to kneel down (walk)
  • beautiful to die for
  • outstanding: better than comparable things
  • overwhelming: leaving a lasting impression; very big, mighty, or power-gaining
  • to attract glances (d)
  • to stimulate hormones (d) (coll.)
  • get hormones going (d)
  • to bring out (her) feminine charms (d)
  • (sexually) appealing
  • (sexually) attractive (main form)
  • (sexually) irritating
  • Trigger fantasies (d)
  • Make you want (d)
  • Make men's hearts beat faster (d)
  • Trigger fantasies (d)
  • aphrodisiac
  • breathtaking: overwhelming, exciting
  • exciting
  • slinky: Moving or dressing to attract attention
  • beguiling (go.)
  • erotic: concerning sensual love
  • erotic
  • exciting
  • geil (coll.): aroused, sexually demanding, finding someone sexually attractive; youth-speaking: excellent, super, good; Botany growing rapidly upwards from the sides due to competitive pressure, unhealthy, lush, heavily overgrown; Agriculture (from the ground) fat, (too) heavily fertilized; Austrian, colloquial, for dishes: lush, also excessively bold or sweet
  • hot: of very high temperature, warmer than warm; in an exciting / decisive phase; sexually provocative or aroused; hot; ready to mate (in animals, no increase)
  • crisp: fresh, unused; of body parts (transferred): taut, young looking
  • crispy (coll., fig.): (mainly over a dish) freshly baked with a cracking crust; (colloquially) looking new
  • curvy (coll.): winding road; frequent direction-changing traffic routing; crooked, arched line
  • lascivious (go.): educational language: in an ambiguous way: lewd, offensive, slippery; exaggeratedly sensual: spreading sensuality through artificial sleepiness, depicting sensuality through poses or triggering sexual desire
  • delicious (coll., fig.): well tasting; colloquial, translated: nice to look at, lovely; colloquial, obsolete: eager, desiring something; transmitted: curious; out of date: loving everything tasty
  • with hot curves
  • racy (coll., outdated): dark-skinned and with a spirited charisma; Animal breeding of noble or pure breed
  • delightful: full of charms, full of charms
  • sharp (coll.)
  • sexy: sexually provocative or arousing; colloquial: good; cool; creating a pleasant feeling
  • sensual: so that it can be perceived with a sense; physical, especially sexual pleasures
  • stimulating
  • seductive: of such a nature that unintentional reactions are induced; erotically attractive
  • of appealing physicality (walk)
  • well formed: upscale, out of date: according to the speaker's ideal of beauty; fully in accordance with the formal rules of the genre or language
  • well designed
  • well proportioned
  • scrumptious
  • takes your breath away (out of date)
  • as hell: Religion: belonging to hell, being in it, coming out of it; very negative: cruel, agonizing, painful, terrible; Slang for: reinforcing, exaggerated or extreme
  • crazy: Suffering from a disturbance or dysfunction of the mental and spiritual life (= mental illness); very good and impressive; reinforcing: very, also: very big, very important, very important; not so well focused anymore, confused
  • insane: in the manner of madness; mentally abnormal or disturbed; very, extraordinary, beyond the imagination
  • takes your breath away
  • fast: Colloquially: very fast, furious; colloquial: fabulous, breathtakingly beautiful; Ballistics: stretched very flat (based on the trajectory of a projectile)
  • furious: angry, frenzied; Applause: frenetic, stormy; Emotions: very violent
  • insane: shaped by madness, reminiscent of madness; without any reason; to a great extent
  • read (yourself) like a thriller
  • Generating tension
  • exciting
  • fascinating: Exercising fascination; attractive, inspiring
  • captivating: binding attention
  • with thrill
  • rousing: arousing enthusiasm in someone, inspiring someone
  • nerve wracking: Colloquially: to a particularly high degree exciting, captivating, gripping
  • nerve wracking
  • gripping: Generating lasting interest through positive emotions
  • tingling (coll.): causing a (usually pleasant) feeling of small stitches (mostly on the skin); spreading an erotic feeling; creating a pleasant feeling of tension; adventurous; carbonated
  • exciting: Causing tension (excitement, curiosity), often creating a (mostly) pleasant feeling of horror or spellbound fascination; (very interesting
  • exciting as a thriller
  • exciting

Another word (synonym) for breathtaking - source: OpenThesaurus


Dictionary entries

Entries from our dictionary that contain "breathtaking":

beautiful:… 1) beautiful eyes, beautiful presents, beautiful days, beautiful weather, gorgeous, breathtakingly beautiful 3) pretty cheeky, please, thank you, thank you very much, beautiful ...

breath: ... come (do not come to rest), hold your breath (keep going) Derived words: 1) breathtaking, difficulty breathing, catching breath, breathless, breathing air, shortness of breath, breathing noise ...

rob: rauben (German) part of speech: verb syllabification: rau | ben, simple past: raub | te, past participle: ge | robbed Pronunciation / stress: IPA: [ˈʀaʊ̯bn̩], simple past: [ˈʀaʊ̯ptə], past participle ...

salon:… Sewing parlor, game parlor, laundromat Application examples: 1) Your reception room is a breathtakingly beautiful salon. 1) "He led me into the salon, where several women and ...

fast: ... 1) colloquial: very fast, furious 2) colloquial: fabulous, breathtakingly beautiful 3) ballistics: very flat (based on the trajectory of a ...


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