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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishstandoutstand‧out /ˈstændaʊt/ adjective [only before noun] American English  GOOD/EXCELLENTBETTERused about a person or thing in a group that is much better than all the rest the standout track on the albumstandout noun [singular] He was the standout in last Saturday’s game.
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standoutBut analysts were skeptical of the shifting calendar explanation, especially with the standout performance of some industry giants.The standout title track features Cassandra Wilson plus soprano commentary by Greg Osby.
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