hugely


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huge

 (hyo͞oj)
adj. hug·er, hug·est
1. Of exceedingly great size, extent, or quantity. See Synonyms at enormous.
2. Of exceedingly great scope or nature: the huge influence of the Hellenic world.
3. Informal Contributing in a major way to success; very important: The defensive line was huge in the second half.

[Middle English, from Old French ahuge.]

huge′ly adv.
huge′ness n.

hugely

(ˈhjuːdʒlɪ)
adv
very much; enormously
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.hugely - extremelyhugely - extremely; "he was enormously popular"

hugely

adverb immensely, enormously, massively, prodigiously, monumentally, stupendously a hugely successful businessman
Translations
بِضَخامَه
ohromně
enormt
roppantul
mjög mikiî
dev gibimuazzam bir şekilde

hugely

[ˈhjuːdʒlɪ] ADV
1. (with adj) [expensive, popular, entertaining, important] → tremendamente, enormemente
a hugely enjoyable bookun libro que se disfruta muchísimo
a hugely successful filmuna película de enorme éxito
he is a hugely talented songwriteres un compositor con un talento enorme
2. (with verb) [vary, increase] → enormemente
she seemed to be enjoying herself hugelyparecía que se lo estaba pasando en grande

hugely

[ˈhjuːdʒli] adv (= enormously) [popular, successful, embarrassed] → extrêmement; [enjoy] → énormément

hugely

adv (emph) successful, expensive, important, entertaining, talentedaußerordentlich, ungeheuer; enjoy oneselfriesig; vary, increaseungemein; the whole thing is hugely enjoyabledas Ganze macht ungeheuer viel Spaß; I enjoyed the play hugelydas Stück hat mir ausgesprochen gut gefallen

hugely

[ˈhjuːdʒlɪ] advenormemente

huge

(hjuːdʒ) adjective
very large. a huge dog; a huge sum of money; Their new house is huge.
ˈhugeness noun
ˈhugely adverb
very much; greatly.
References in classic literature ?
I sustained her with a grateful arm, assuring her that she might hugely help me; and this started us afresh, so that in the course of but few minutes more we reached a point from which we found the boat to be where I had supposed it.
Methinks we have hugely mistaken this matter of Life and Death.
Wragge, arrayed in the white apparel proper for the occasion, with her moon-face framed round by a spacious halo of night-cap, looked so hugely and disproportionately large, that Magdalen, anxious as she was, could not repress a smile on taking leave of her traveling companion for the night.
It will pleasure me hugely to take a braggart down a notch, an some good man will lend me a stout quarter-staff.
Weena had been hugely delighted when I began to carry her, but after a while she desired me to let her down, and ran along by the side of me, occasionally darting off on either hand to pick flowers to stick in my pockets.
There you lay in the whirling clouds of dust, all huge and hugely, heedless now of your chivalry.
In my nursery days," I began, "when the weather didn't suit for an out-of-doors picnic, we were allowed to have a peculiar kind, that we enjoyed hugely.
Many a pointed spear fell to ground and many a winged arrow sped from its bow-string about the body of Cebriones; many a great stone, moreover, beat on many a shield as they fought around his body, but there he lay in the whirling clouds of dust, all huge and hugely, heedless of his driving now.
I remember one fellow who prided himself hugely upon a great oblong patch, placed high upon his back, and who always reminded me of a man with a blister of Spanish flies, stuck between his shoulders.
All that they possessed, including some wondrous brandy, was placed at the absolute disposition of Dirkovitch, and he enjoyed himself hugely - even more than among the Black Tyrones.
This idea of mystifying some learned sage tickled Joe hugely, and made him laugh.
Ay," quoth Little John, "had I but mine own good staff here, it would pleasure me hugely to crack thy knave's pate, thou saucy braggart