monumentally


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mon·u·men·tal

 (mŏn′yə-mĕn′tl)
adj.
1. Of, resembling, or serving as a monument.
2. Impressively large, sturdy, and enduring.
3. Of outstanding significance: Einstein's monumental contributions to physics.
4. Astounding: monumental cowardice; monumental talent.

mon′u·men·tal′i·ty (-mĕn-tăl′ĭ-tē) n.
mon′u·men′tal·ly adv.
Translations

monumentally

[ˌmɒnjʊˈmentəlɪ] ADV [dull, popular] → enormemente, tremendamente
monumentally importantenormemente importantede tremenda importancia

monumentally

adv (inf: = immensely) stupid, incompetent, uglyungeheuerlich; drinkübermäßig; failkatastrophal
References in classic literature ?
She was monumentally stout and imperturbably serene.
Should he meet a stranger coming from the churchyard with a quick step, he is morally convinced that the stranger is 'with a blush retiring,' as monumentally directed.
One thousand fans packed the Students Union hall for their homecoming - no pun intended - show and were treated to 85 monumentally memorable minutes of musical majesty.
TODAY is monumentally important for the future of racing in Frankfurt, where the city authorities are planning to close the course at which racing has been staged for more than 150 years, writes David Conolly-Smith.
I've been monumentally lucky with my career, such as it is, but a lot of others haven't had that good fortune" - Advice from veteran actor Tom Conti (pictured) to aspiring young actors.
It allowed him to go to South Africa, knowing that even a monumentally dismal tournament would not affect the two years remaining on his PS6million-a-season contract.
The best thing about it are the withering looks dealt out by Sugar's spies, Karren Brady and Nick Hewer, as they try to figure out how a bunch of supposedly clever "business types" can be so monumentally useless.
No more comments NEARLY a year after he temporarily disabled comments on his monumentally successful YouTube channel as a protest, Felix Kjellberg has now turned them off for good.
Originally no more than a one-off 'mashup', it proved monumentally popular, and is arguably more entertaining than either of its parent shows.
Parachuting a Team Scotland into the Rio Games, in the middle of an Olympic cycle, might seem like a nice way to ride on the crest of a nationalistic wave, but it's a monumentally poor idea for Scottish athletes training day-in, dayout in Manchester, London or Sheffield for the next Games.
It is, of course, monumentally idiotic to ignore the power of cinema in the development of any nation's narrative.
I'm terribly excited and monumentally under-qualified to be working with him," laughs Chris, 33.