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sub·stan·tial

 (səb-stăn′shəl)
adj.
1. Considerable in importance, value, degree, amount, or extent: made a substantial improvement; won by a substantial margin.
2. Solidly built; strong: substantial houses.
3. Ample; sustaining: a substantial breakfast.
4. Possessing wealth or property; well-to-do.
5.
a. Of, relating to, or having substance; material.
b. True or real; not imaginary.
6. Achieving the goal of justice itself, not merely the procedure or form that is a means to justice: principles of substantial justice.

[Middle English substancial, from Old French substantiel, from Latin substantiālis, from substantia, substance; see substance.]

sub·stan′ti·al′i·ty (-shē-ăl′ĭ-tē), sub·stan′tial·ness (-shəl-nĭs) n.
sub·stan′tial·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.substantially - to a great extent or degree; "I'm afraid the film was well over budget"; "painting the room white made it seem considerably (or substantially) larger"; "the house has fallen considerably in value"; "the price went up substantially"
2.substantially - in a strong substantial way; "the house was substantially built"

substantially

adverb
1. considerably, significantly, very much, greatly, seriously (informal), remarkably, markedly, noticeably, appreciably The price was substantially higher than had been expected.
2. essentially, largely, mainly, materially, in the main, in essence, to a large extent, in substance, in essentials He checked the details given and found them substantially correct.
Translations
بصورةٍ جَوْهَرِيَّه، ضَخْمَه، وافِرَه
podstatně
stort
efnislega; nægilega
önemli ölçüde

substantially

[səbˈstænʃəlɪ] ADV
1. (= significantly) [increase, change, contribute] → sustancialmente, considerablemente
a substantially different approachun enfoque sustancialmente or considerablemente distinto
substantially higher/lowerbastante más alto/bajo
2. (= largely) [correct, true] → básicamente
Webster's thesis is substantially correctla tesis de Webster es básicamente correcta

substantially

[səbˈstænʃəli] adv
(= considerably) [increase, change, improve] → substantiellement
The price may go up quite substantially → Le prix pourrait augmenter substantiellement.
(= different, higher) → substantiellement
substantially bigger → substantiellement plus grand(e)
(= essentially) [unchanged, correct, true] → en grande partie

substantially

adv
(= solidly)solide; (= considerably)erheblich, beträchtlich, wesentlich; substantially built (house)solide gebaut; personkräftig gebaut
(= essentially, basically)im Wesentlichen; to remain substantially unchangedgrößtenteils or im Wesentlichen unverändert bleiben

substantially

[səbˈstænʃəlɪ] adv
a. (considerably) → notevolmente
substantially bigger → molto più grande
substantially different → notevolmente diverso/a
b. (in essence) → sostanzialmente
c. (solidly, built) → solidamente

substantial

(səbˈstӕnʃəl) adjective
1. solid or strong. a nice substantial table.
2. large. a substantial sum of money; That meal was quite substantial.
subsˈtantially adverb
substantiate (səbˈstӕnʃieit) verb
to give the facts that are able to prove or support (a claim, theory etc). He cannot substantiate his claim/accusation.
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