significantly


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sig·nif·i·cant

 (sĭg-nĭf′ĭ-kənt)
adj.
1.
a. Having or expressing a meaning: Are the markings on the stone significant?
b. Having or expressing a covert or nonverbal meaning; suggestive: a significant glance.
2. Having or likely to have a major effect; important: a significant change in the tax laws.
3. Fairly large in amount or quantity: significant casualties; no significant opposition.
4. Statistics Of or relating to observations or occurrences that are too closely correlated to be attributed to chance and therefore indicate a systematic relationship.

[Latin significāns, significant-, present participle of significāre, to signify; see signify.]

sig·nif′i·cant·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.significantly - in a statistically significant way; "the two groups differed significantly"
2.significantly - in a significant manner; "our budget will be significantly affected by these new cuts"
insignificantly - not to a significant degree or amount; "Our budget will only be insignificantly affected by these new cuts"
3.significantly - in an important way or to an important degree; "more importantly, Weber held that the manifold meaning attached to the event by the social scientist could alter his definition of the concrete event itself"

significantly

adverb
1. very much, greatly, hugely, vastly, notably, considerably, remarkably, enormously, immensely, tremendously, markedly, by much The number supporting him had increased significantly.
2. meaningfully, eloquently, expressively, knowingly, suggestively, in a telling manner She looked up at me significantly, raising an eyebrow.
Translations
الى دَرجَةٍ مُهِمَّهبصورةٍ لها مَغْزى
podstatněvýznamně
betydeligt
á merkingaròrunginn hátttöluvert
precej
manalı bir şekildeönemli derecede

significantly

[sɪgˈnɪfɪkəntlɪ] ADV
1. (= considerably) (with adj) [higher, lower, better, reduced] → considerablemente; (with verb) [change, improve, reduce, increase] → de forma significativa, considerablemente
2. (= notably) significantly, most of them are Scottishes significativo que la mayoría sean escoceses
they have significantly different ideassus ideas son notablemente distintas
3. (= meaningfully) she looked at me significantlyme lanzó una mirada significativa or elocuente

significantly

[sɪgˈnɪfɪkəntli] adv
[improve, increase] → sensiblement
[smile] → d'un air entendu
(as sentence adverb) significantly, ... → fait significatif, ...

significantly

adv
(= considerably)bedeutend; it is not significantly differentdas ist kaum anders, da besteht kein wesentlicher Unterschied
(= meaningfully)bedeutungsvoll; lookvielsagend, bedeutsam; significantly, she refusedbezeichnenderweise lehnte sie ab; he was significantly absenter fehlte bezeichnenderweise

significantly

[sɪgˈnɪfɪkəntlɪ] adv (smile) → in modo eloquente; (improve, increase) → considerevolmente
and, significantly, ... → e, fatto significativo, ...

signify

(ˈsignifai) verb
1. to be a sign of; to mean. His frown signified disapproval.
2. to show; to make known by a sign, gesture etc. He signified his approval with a nod.
significance (sigˈnifikəns) noun
meaning or importance. a matter of great significance.
significant (sigˈnifikənt) adjective
1. important; having an important effect. a significant event/development.
2. having a special meaning; meaningful. a significant look/smile.
3. considerable; marked. There was no significant change in the patient's condition; There was a significant drop in the number of road accidents last year.
significantly (sigˈnifikəntli) adverb
1. in a significant manner. He patted his pocket significantly.
2. to an important degree. Sales-levels are significantly lower than last year, which is very disappointing.
References in classic literature ?
When Laurie said good-by, he whispered significantly, "It won't do a bit of good, Jo.
No, he wouldn't be likely to speak of me," said Tom significantly.
Here he paused a moment, pointed significantly to the woods below, and saying a few words in his own language, as if indicating his intended route, he dropped into the water, and sank from before the eyes of the witnesses of his movements.
Secondly: People ashore have indeed some indefinite idea that a whale is an enormous creature of enormous power; but I have ever found that when narrating to them some specific example of this two-fold enormousness, they have significantly complimented me upon my facetiousness; when, I declare upon my soul, I had no more idea of being facetious than Moses, when he wrote the history of the plagues of Egypt.
His life, as they significantly call it, was untouched.
Peter Stebbins told me that they should be along tonight, with friends," said Simeon, significantly, as he was washing his hands at a neat sink, in a little back porch.
The boy who carries your satchel to your room and lights your gas fumbles around and hangs around significantly, and you fee him to get rid of him.
Judge Driscoll declined to fight with an assassin-- "that is," he added significantly, "in the field of honor.
Robinson leaned over and whispered significantly, "The missionaries always used to be entertained at the brick house; your grand- father never would let 'em sleep anywheres else when he was alive.
Elton; and said, looking so very significantly at her, "that she did not pretend to understand what his business might be, but she only knew that any woman whom Mr.
Jennings, leaning forward towards Elinor, and speaking in a low voice as if she meant to be heard by no one else, though they were seated on different sides of the room; "but, however, I can't help wishing they had not travelled quite so fast, nor made such a long journey of it, for they came all round by London upon account of some business, for you know (nodding significantly and pointing to her daughter) it was wrong in her situation.
Miss Garth and Norah looked at one another significantly, and waited in silence.