mirabolante

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Italian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowing from French mirobolant. From myrobolan (myrobalan). The fruit's name is related to mirer (to stare intensely) or mirum (wonder).

Adjective[edit]

mirabolante m, f (masculine and feminine plural mirabolanti)

  1. astonishing, amazing

Portuguese[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowing from French mirobolant. From myrobolan (myrobalan). The fruit's name is related to mirer (to stare intensely) or mirum (wonder).

Adjective[edit]

mirabolante m, f (plural mirabolantes, comparable)

  1. excessively grandiose and impossible to achieve
  2. absurd; fantastic