Marvel

  • 1 Marvel UK — Type Private Industry Publishing Genre Science fiction, action, superheroes Founded 1972 (launch) Key people …

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  • 2 Marvel — Comics « Marvel » redirige ici. Pour les autres significations, voir Marvel (homonymie). Logo de Marvel Comic …

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  • 3 Marvel — can refer to: Contents 1 In business 2 People 3 Places 4 In entertainment 5 See also …

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  • 4 Marvel — Mar vel, n. [OE. mervaile, F. merveille, fr. L. mirabilia wonderful things, pl., fr. mirabilis wonderful, fr. mirari to wonder or marvel at. See {Admire}, {Smile}, and cf. {Miracle}.] 1. That which causes wonder; a prodigy; a miracle. [1913… …

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  • 5 Marvel — Mar vel, v. t. 1. To marvel at. [Obs.] Wyclif. [1913 Webster] 2. To cause to marvel, or be surprised; used impersonally. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] But much now me marveleth. Rich. the Redeless. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 6 Marvel — Mar vel, v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Marveled}or {Marvelled}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Marveling} or {Marvelling}.] [OE. merveilen, OF. merveillier.] To be struck with surprise, astonishment, or wonder; to wonder. [1913 Webster] Marvel not, my brethren, if the… …

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  • 7 marvel — [n] wonder curiosity, genius, miracle, one for the books*, phenomenon, portent, prodigy, sensation, something else*, stunner, whiz; concepts 529,671 Ant. expectation marvel [v] be amazed be awed, be surprised, feel surprise, gape, gaze, goggle,… …

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  • 8 Marvel — Marvel, Ik, Pseudonym, s. Mitchell …

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  • 9 Marvel — Marvel, Ik, Pseudonym von D. G. Mitchell (s.d.) …

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  • 10 marvel — index phenomenon (unusual occurrence) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 11 marvel — n *wonder, prodigy, miracle, phenomenon Analogous words: astonishment, amazement, surprise (see corresponding verbs at SURPRISE): perplexity, mystification, puzzle (see corresponding verbs at PUZZLE) …

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  • 12 marvel — The verb has inflected forms marvelled, marvelling in BrE, and usually marveled, marveling in AmE …

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  • 13 marvel — ► VERB (marvelled, marvelling; US marveled, marveling) ▪ be filled with wonder. ► NOUN ▪ a person or thing that causes a feeling of wonder. ORIGIN Old French merveille, from Latin mirabilis wonderful , from mirari wonder at …

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  • 14 marvel — [mär′vəl] n. [ME mervaile < OFr merveille, a wonder < VL mirabilia, wonderful things, orig. neut. pl. of L mirabilis, wonderful < mirari, to wonder at < mirus, wonderful: see SMILE] 1. a wonderful or astonishing thing; prodigy or… …

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  • 15 MARVEL — Logo von Marvel Comics Marvel Comics (eigentlich Marvel Enterprises) ist ein US amerikanischer Comicverlag mit Sitz in New York City. Er zählt zu den weltweit größten Verlagen dieses Genres. Zu den bekannten Titeln zählen Spider Man, Die… …

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  • 16 Marvel — Logo von Marvel Comics Marvel Comics (eigentlich Marvel Enterprises) ist ein US amerikanischer Comicverlag mit Sitz in New York City. Er zählt zu den weltweit größten Verlagen dieses Genres. Zu den bekannten Titeln zählen Spider Man, Die… …

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  • 17 Marvel UK — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Marvel (homonymie). Marvel UK était une filiale des éditions Marvel Comics des années 1970 aux années 1990, basée au Royaume Uni. La plupart de leurs comics étaient cependant produits pour le marché américain. La …

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  • 18 marvel — I n. 1) to do marvels 2) a marvel to 3) a marvel that + clause (it s a marvel to me that he received the award) II v. (d; intr.) to marvel at (to marvel at smb. s skill) * * * [ mɑːv(ə)l] a marvel to to do marvels a marvel that + clause (it s a… …

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  • 19 marvel — mar|vel1 [ˈma:vəl US ˈma:r ] v past tense and past participle marvelled present participle marvelling BrE past tense and past participle marveled present participle marveling AmE [I and T] to feel or express great surprise or admiration at… …

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  • 20 marvel — verb VERB + MARVEL ▪ can only ▪ One can only marvel at the way the building has been constructed. ▪ never cease to ▪ I never cease to marvel at his stupidity. ADVERB …

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