English version


From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishegregiouse‧gre‧gious /ɪˈɡriːdʒəs/ adjective formal  SERIOUS SITUATIONan egregious mistake, failure, problem etc is extremely bad and noticeableegregiously adverb
Examples from the Corpus
egregiousThe outcome of childbearing by both teenagers and older women can be egregious.Why should people who do something truly egregious be protected by an arbitrary limit on their punishment?It was an egregious breach of protocol.The situation at Zefco was one of the most egregious examples of discrimination we have seen.The legal system currently punishes the most egregious forms of child abuse and neglect, but such crimes are difficult to prove.At last, to my right, the hand of an egregious front-row person rose.This egregious nonsequitur requires further clarification, if only for your myriad younger readers.
Pictures of the day
Do you know what each of these is called?
Click on the pictures to check.