One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
To a very great extent; immensely.‘business practices differ vastly from country to country’as submodifier ‘a bunch of talented and vastly experienced players’
- ‘Twelve years later, the situation had vastly improved.’
- ‘Technology vastly increases children's capacity for secrecy and their vulnerability to exploitation.’
- ‘This instance illustrates the social construction of acceptability, whereby different audiences may respond to the same set of works in vastly different ways.’
- ‘The 1993 American remake is vastly inferior.’
- ‘The show included three sculptures replicating unmarked packets of sweetener at vastly larger-than-life size.’
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