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Meanings for enormously

enormously, tremendously, hugely, staggeringly(adverb)

extremely

"he was enormously popular"

to a great degree

an enormously entertaining film

to a large extent or degree

the neighbors have been enormously helpful during this difficult time

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Antonyms for enormously

little negligibly nominally slightly somewhat little negligibly nominally slightly

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Enormously in different languages

  • enormement Catalan
  • enormemente Spanish
  • suunnattomasti valtavasti Finnish
  • √©norm√©ment French
  • enormemente Italian

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