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considerably

Syllabification: con·sid·er·a·bly
Pronunciation: /kənˈsid(ə)rəblē
 
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Definition of considerably in English:

adverb

By a notably large amount or to a notably large extent; greatly: things have improved considerably over the last few years [as submodifier]: a considerably higher density
More example sentences
  • In truth, much of her verse is as light as souffle but has considerably more substance.
  • The obvious answer is that the state has got considerably larger under Labour.
  • Getting legislation through the Senate in particular will be considerably easier.
Synonyms
greatly, much, very much, a great deal, a lot, lots;
informal plenty, seriously

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