Dramatically - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |drəˈmætɪkli|  American pronunciation of the word dramatically
Brit.  |drəˈmatɪkli|  British pronunciation of the word dramatically

adverb

- in a very impressive manner

your performance will improve dramatically

- in a dramatic manner

he confessed dramatically

- with respect to dramatic value

the play was dramatically interesting, but the direction was bad

Examples

the play was dramatically interesting, but the direction was bad

The price sometimes changes dramatically from one month to the next.

The average cost of raising a family has increased dramatically.

With the passage of time, the number of children suffering with the disease has decreased dramatically.

Public opinion has shifted dramatically in recent months.

...the forehead of the ancient temple features a frieze of dramatically posed figures...

According to the latest census, the racial makeup of the town has changed dramatically in the last 50 years.

In the desert, the temperature fluctuates dramatically.

...as the war reached its climacteric phase, the atrocities dramatically increased, both in number and brutality...

...discretionary spending on luxuries dropped dramatically last year...

...the now-familiar practice of stores merchandising goods at dramatically lower prices on the day after Thanksgiving...

Output has increased dramatically.

Temperatures drop quite dramatically at night, so bring some warm clothing.

It's obvious from a quick glance that the plan has changed dramatically.

The population increased dramatically in the first half of the century.

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