Excellence



[ek-suh-luh ns] /ˈɛk sə ləns/

noun
1.
the fact or state of ; superiority; eminence:
his excellence in mathematics.
2.
an quality or feature:
Use of herbs is one of the excellences of French cuisine.
3.
(usually initial capital letter) (def 1).
/ˈɛksələns/
noun
1.
the state or quality of excelling or being exceptionally good; extreme merit; superiority
2.
an action, characteristic, feature, etc, in which a person excels
n.

mid-14c., from Old French excellence, from Latin excellentia, from excellentem (see excellent).

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