Greatly - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ˈɡreɪtli|  American pronunciation of the word greatly
Brit.  |ˈɡreɪtli|  British pronunciation of the word greatly

adverb

- to an extraordinary extent or degree

he improved greatly

Examples

She has contributed greatly to our success.

They don't seem to be greatly bothered by the delay.

The cost of repairs has greatly increased in recent years.

All offers of help will be greatly appreciated.

The quality of health care varies greatly.

Their efforts greatly furthered the state of research.

The world's population has increased greatly.

Wearing a seatbelt greatly reduces the risk of injury or death in a car accident.

This operation will greatly improve her chances of survival.

He profited greatly from his investments.

The listeners were all greatly interested in the lecture.

Your help the other day was greatly appreciated.

The strength of the army was greatly diminished by outbreaks of disease.

...the disk contains a selection of deleted scenes, and a couple of the omissions greatly add to the intelligibility of the movie's plot...

Although deplored by many, her decisions have greatly benefited the company.

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