immensely


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im·mense

 (ĭ-mĕns′)
adj.
1. Very great in size, extent, or amount: an immense cloud.
2. Of great scope or consequence: immense difficulty. See Synonyms at enormous.

[Middle English, from Old French, from Latin immēnsus : in-, not; see in-1 + mēnsus, past participle of mētīrī, to measure; see mē- in Indo-European roots.]

im·mense′ly adv.
im·mense′ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.immensely - to an exceedingly great extent or degree; "He had vastly overestimated his resources"; "was immensely more important to the project as a scientist than as an administrator"

immensely

Translations
بِصورَة شاسِعه، بِصورَة ضَخْمَه
nesmírně
enormt
suunnattomastivaltavasti
mérhetetlenülrendkívülvégtelenül
gríîarlega
zelo
pek çokson derece

immensely

[ɪˈmenslɪ] ADV [like, enjoy] → muchísimo; [differ] → enormemente; [difficult] → sumamente, enormemente; [powerful] → inmensamente, enormemente
I was immensely grateful/relievedme sentía enormemente agradecido/aliviado

immensely

[ɪˈmɛnsli] adv
(= enormously) [enjoy, help] → énormément
I enjoyed this movie immensely → J'ai énormément apprécié ce film.
(= extremely) [exciting, difficult] → des plus
Wind surfing can be strenuous but immensely exciting → La planche à voile est une activité fatigante mais des plus excitantes.
immensely popular → immensément populaire
Chess is immensely popular in Russia → Les échecs sont immensément populaires en Russie.
it can be immensely difficult to ... → il peut être des plus difficiles de ...

immensely

advunheimlich (inf), → enorm; to enjoy oneself immenselysich ausgezeichnet or unheimlich (inf)or köstlich amüsieren; immensely gratefuläußerst dankbar

immensely

[ɪˈmɛnslɪ] adv (differ) → enormemente; (difficult, rich) → estremamente; (like, enjoy) → immensamente

immense

(iˈmens) adjective
very large or very great. an immense forest; immense amounts of money.
imˈmensely adverb
imˈmensity noun
References in classic literature ?
It quite took their breath away, and they stared first at the table and then at their mother, who looked as if she enjoyed it immensely.
Pontellier is capricious," said Madame Lebrun, who was amusing herself immensely and feared that Edna's abrupt departure might put an end to the pleasure.
It had all been a great worry and, on his own part doubtless, a series of blunders, but he immensely pitied the poor chicks and had done all he could; had in particular sent them down to his other house, the proper place for them being of course the country, and kept them there, from the first, with the best people he could find to look after them, parting even with his own servants to wait on them and going down himself, whenever he might, to see how they were doing.
But in the great Sperm Whale, this high and mighty god-like dignity inherent in the brow is so immensely amplified, that gazing on it, in that full front view, you feel the Deity and the dread powers more forcibly than in beholding any other object in living nature.
And, with that, aunty gave George a nudge with her finger, designed to be immensely facetious, and turned again to her griddle with great briskness.
I had the smith's reverence now, because I was apparently immensely prosperous and rich; I could have had his adoration if I had had some little gimcrack title of nobility.
The seven-thirty table d'ho^te at the great Schweitzerhof furnished a mighty array and variety of nationalities, but it offered a better opportunity to observe costumes than people, for the multitude sat at immensely long tables, and therefore the faces were mainly seen in perspective; but the breakfasts were served at small round tables, and then if one had the fortune to get a table in the midst of the assemblage he could have as many faces to study as he could desire.
They drove out of the vault into a clear space and stopped before an immensely long but low-built house which seemed to ramble round a stone court.
I had reached that stage of sleepiness when Peggotty seemed to swell and grow immensely large.
I had heard of Miss Havisham up town - everybody for miles round, had heard of Miss Havisham up town - as an immensely rich and grim lady who lived in a large and dismal house barricaded against robbers, and who led a life of seclusion.
Immensely tall she looked to me from my low station in the coracle.
When I like people immensely, I never tell their names to any one.