im·pres·sive /ɪmˈpresɪv/ ●●○ W3 adjectiveadj GOOD/EXCELLENTsomething that is impressive makes you admire it because it is very good, large, important etc 令人钦佩的，给人深刻印象的 The figures certainly look impressive.
Among the guests was an impressive array of authors and critics.► see thesaurus at good
—impressively adverbadv Production standards are impressively high.
—impressiveness noun [uncountableU]
n THESAURUS impressive used about something that people admire because it is very good, large, important etc
The cathedral is very impressive.
The drug has shown some impressive results.
dazzling extremely impressive – used especially when someone does something very well or looks very beautiful
a dazzling performance
a dazzling smile
breathtaking extremely impressive – used especially about beautiful views, or the fast speed of something
The views of the Rocky Mountains are simply breathtaking.
The economy is growing at a breathtaking pace.
spectacular very impressive and exciting to look at or watch
a spectacular fireworks display
awe-inspiring so impressive that you feel great respect and admiration, or you feel rather frightened
Michelangelo’s masterpiece is awe-inspiring.
The volcano was an awe-inspiring sight.
majestic [usually before noun] very impressive because of being big and beautiful
the majestic mountain scenery
a majestic animal
imposing [usually before noun] written used about buildings and people that are large and impressive
the imposing entrance hall
The bishop was an imposing figure.