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considerable

adjective
 
 
/kənˈsɪdərəbl/
B2 large or important enough to have an effect: a considerable amount of money The damage has been considerable.ImportanceUseful or advantageous
considerably adverb B2 Rates of pay vary considerably.
Translations of “considerable”
in Korean 상당한…
in Arabic ضَخم, كَثير…
in Portuguese considerável…
in Catalan considerable…
in Japanese かなりの…
in Italian considerevole…
in Chinese (Traditional) 相當大的, 相當多的, 非常可觀的…
in Russian значительный…
in Turkish dikkate değer, önemli…
in Chinese (Simplified) 相当大的, 相当多的, 非常可观的…
in Polish znaczny…
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