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tremendousadjective

 us   /trəˈmen·dəs/
great in ​amount, ​size, or ​degree; ​extremelylarge: She is under tremendous ​pressure at ​work. infml Someone or something that is tremendous is ​extremely good: a tremendous ​book/​concert/​athlete
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tremendousadjective

uk   us   /trɪˈmen.dəs/
B2 very ​great in ​amount or ​level, or ​extremely good: They were making a tremendous ​amount of ​noise last ​night. She's been a tremendous (= very ​great)help to me over the last few ​months. You ​won? That's tremendous!

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tremendously
adverb uk   us   /-li/
B2 We all ​enjoyed ourselves tremendously.
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