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To a great or an intense degree; extremely or intensely: "I always think how funny it is we get along so good—us being majorly different" (Patricia Baird Green)."We were voted Cutest Couple—even though we never majorly made out" (Alex Sanchez).
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slang chiefly US and Canadian very; really; extremely: it was majorly important for us to do that.
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ma•jor•ly(ˈmeɪ dʒər li)
Slang. extremely; thoroughly: The class was majorly hard.
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majorly[ˈmeɪdʒərli] adv (= extremely) → sérieusement
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