Definition of tremendously in English:

tremendously

adverb

  • 1To a very great extent.

    ‘costs vary tremendously from area to area’
    ‘I have been helped tremendously by my family’
    as submodifier ‘a tremendously exciting opportunity’
    • ‘I felt that his comments were tremendously helpful.’
    • ‘A number of exercises enhanced student interest and involvement tremendously.’
    • ‘We've offered this program for over 10 years now and it has grown tremendously.’
    • ‘We have some tremendously successful students.’
    • ‘I also teach a private class in writing for teens, which I enjoy tremendously.’
    • ‘Our move to the new site is tremendously exciting for the school.’
    • ‘The popularity of quad bikes used for fun has increased tremendously in the last few years.’
    • ‘I have to say we have tremendously good people working for us.’
    • ‘Emissions of harmful chemicals have dropped tremendously in the last five years.’
    • ‘I admire her tremendously.’
    1. 1.1informal In an excellent or impressive way; extremely well.
      ‘Daniel played tremendously throughout’
      • ‘He acted tremendously in all of it.’
      • ‘Our families worked absolutely tremendously and.’
      • ‘I think the development work with this community has done tremendously in the last two years.’
      • ‘He had played tremendously in earlier rounds.’
      • ‘We have been supported tremendously to ensure our collectors get access to all of the art they have been searching for.’

Pronunciation

tremendously

/trəˈmɛndəsli/