US: /ˌaʊtˈstændɪŋ/
UK: /a‍ʊtstˈændɪŋ/

English Vietnamese dictionary

outstanding /aut'stændiɳ/
  • tính từ
    • nổi bật, đáng chú ý; nổi tiếng
    • còn tồn tại, chưa giải quyết xong (vấn đề...); chưa trả (nợ...)

Advanced English dictionary

+ adjective
1 extremely good; excellent: an outstanding player / achievement / success + an area of outstanding natural beauty
2 [usually before noun] very obvious or important: the outstanding features of the landscape
3 (of payment, work, problems, etc.) not yet paid, done, solved, etc: She has outstanding debts of over £400. + A lot of work is still outstanding. + The negotiations failed to solve outstanding issues.

Thesaurus dictionary

1 prominent, eminent, renowned, famous, famed, unforgettable, memorable, celebrated, distinguished, special, choice, noteworthy, notable, noted, important, conspicuous, exceptional, excellent, superior, first-class, first-rate, superb, remarkable, extraordinary, marvellous, sensational, Colloq smashing, super:
Liszt was the outstanding pianist-composer of his time.
2 unsettled, on-going, unresolved, unpaid, due, owed or owing, receivable or payable; remaining, leftover:
The company has a few outstanding debts.

Collocation dictionary

1 excellent


be | consider sth


particularly, really, truly | absolutely, quite
That was a quite outstanding performance!

2 not yet paid or done


be, remain
Two or three tasks still remain outstanding.
| leave sth
One option may be to leave the debt outstanding and extend the payment terms.


75 per cent of the amount originally borrowed is still outstanding.

Concise English dictionary

+distinguished from others in excellence
+having a quality that thrusts itself into attention
+owed as a debt
+of major significance or importance