Definition of terrifically in English:

terrifically

adverb

  • 1With great intensity; to a great extent.

    ‘incendiary bombs flashed terrifically’
    ‘the system was expanding terrifically’
    as submodifier ‘I feel terrifically frustrated’
    • ‘It's terrifically difficult for her to cross the sitting-room to her favorite chair.’
    • ‘The seat is terrifically frayed, almost threadbare now.’
    • ‘The story here isn't terrifically bad, but it's not terrifically believable, either.’
    • ‘That angers me terrifically.’
    • ‘I was terrifically hungry.’
    1. 1.1informal In an extremely good way.
      ‘she is doing terrifically in the show’
      as submodifier ‘a terrifically entertaining novel’
      ‘Sue and I get along terrifically well’
      • ‘The scene is terrifically done: in her body language you can see that her heart and head are telling her completely different things.’
      • ‘We've used it for about 8 months now and it appears to work terrifically.’
      • ‘We all got along terrifically, and I had a great time.’
      • ‘The orchestra, to a man, played terrifically - the best I have heard it yet.’
      • ‘The play is a terrifically funny work that can survive ham-fisted ad-libs.’
      • ‘She gives her best performance yet in this terrifically acted relationship drama set in the Australian desert.’

Pronunciation

terrifically

/təˈrifik(ə)lē//təˈrɪfɪk(ə)li/