tremendously


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tre·men·dous

 (trĭ-mĕn′dəs)
adj.
1.
a. Extremely large in amount, extent, or size; enormous: a tremendous sum of money. See Synonyms at enormous.
b. Very great in scope or importance: tremendous influence.
2. Remarkable; outstanding: What a tremendous example you have set.
3. Archaic Capable of making one tremble; terrible.

[From Latin tremendus, gerundive of tremere, to tremble.]

tre·men′dous·ly adv.
tre·men′dous·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.tremendously - extremelytremendously - extremely; "he was enormously popular"
Translations
بصورةٍ هائِلَه أو ضَخْمَه
strašně
enormt
nagyon
gífurlega
izredno

tremendously

[trəˈmendəslɪ] ADV [exciting, important, useful, satisfying] → tremendamente, enormemente; [improve, vary, help] → enormemente, muchísimo
he was tremendously helpfulnos ayudó enormemente or muchísimo

tremendously

[trəˈmɛndəsli] adv
[enjoy, appreciate] → énormément
I enjoyed it tremendously
BUT Cela m'a énormément plu.
[difficult, good] → formidablement
They played tremendously well → Ils ont joué formidablement bien.

tremendously

advsehr; fat, tall, long etc alsoenorm; relieved, upset, grateful, dangerous alsoungeheuer, äußerst; pretty alsoäußerst; intelligent, difficult alsoenorm, äußerst; it was tremendously goodes war einfach prima or umwerfend gut or sagenhaft (inf); they enjoyed themselves tremendouslysie haben sich prächtig or prima or ausgezeichnet amüsiert (inf)

tremendously

[trəˈmɛndəslɪ] advincredibilmente
he enjoyed it tremendously → gli è piaciuto da morire

tremendous

(trəˈmendəs) adjective
very large; very great. That required a tremendous effort; The response to our appeal was tremendous.
treˈmendously adverb
very. It's tremendously interesting; He's tremendously strong.
References in classic literature ?
They shout and gesticulate tremendously but cannot agree, and Rodrigo is about to bear away the exhausted Zara, when the timid servant enters with a letter and a bag from Hagar, who has mysteriously disappeared.
The people were tremendously stirred up over its encroachments, but nobody had any remedy to suggest; it was the task of Socialists to teach and organize them, and prepare them for the time when they were to seize the huge machine called the Beef Trust, and use it to produce food for human beings and not to heap up fortunes for a band of pirates.
The ghastly desolation of the place was as tremendously complete as if Dor'e had furnished the working-plans for it.
The two young Cratchits laughed tremendously at the idea of Peter's being a man of business; and Peter himself looked thoughtfully at the fire from between his collars, as if he were deliberating what particular investments he should favour when he came into the receipt of that bewildering income.
And all the animals got tremendously excited; and they gave up looking at Jip and turned to watch the sea in front, to spy out any land or islands where the starving man might be.
As soon as Ring came in sight of the oxen they came bellowing to meet him; one of them was tremendously big, the other rather less.
The words were hardly uttered before a flash of lightning, followed instantly by a tremendously heavy clap of thunder, nearly stupified them both.
That I should have been tremendously smitten with my first command is nothing to wonder at, but I suppose I must admit that Mr.
That's right," Arthur said; "I'm tremendously in want of some brandy-vigour.
I can imagine that you may have done that tremendously, sometimes.
Behind that pain I was conscious there was a desire on somebody's part to explain something on which some tremendously important issue hung.
Under the elaborate structure of black hair her jet-black eyes sparkled like good- humoured stars and even I could see that she was tremendously excited at having this lawless wanderer Dominic within her reach and as it were in her power.