immensely

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English - Turkish
son derece

Tom son derece güçlü. - Tom is immensely powerful.

Bu beni son derece rahatsız ediyor. - It bothers me immensely.

çok
çok fazla
z. gayet, pek çok
pek çok
kocaman bir şekilde
immense
engin

Denizciler engin okyanusta haftalar ya da aylar harcarlar. - Sailors spend weeks or months in the immense ocean.

immense
çok büyük

O, çocuklarla oynamaktan çok büyük zevk alıyor gibi görünüyor. - She seems to take immense pleasure in playing with children.

O oyun çok büyük bir başarı elde etti. - That play was an immense success.

immense
pek çok
immense
{s} muazzam

Deprem muazzam büyüklükte bir tsunamiye neden oldu. - The earthquake caused a tsunami of immense size.

Büyük filozofun şerefine muazzam bir anıt dikildi. - An immense monument was erected in honor of the eminent philosopher.

immense
kocaman
immense
sonu olmayan
immense
mükemmel
immense
(Tıp) immans
immense
uçsuz bucaksız
immense
çok geniş
immense
uçsuz bucaksız olma
immense
{s} harika
immense
hudutsuz
immense
immenselygayet
immense
immensitygenişlik
English - English
Hugely; extremely; vastly

This question is immensely difficult.

immeasurably; limitlessly; hugely, enormously, tremendously, greatly
to an exceedingly great extent or degree; "He had vastly overestimated his resources"; "was immensely more important to the project as a scientist than as an administrator"
emphasis You use immensely to emphasize the degree or extent of a quality, feeling, or process. I enjoyed this movie immensely. = enormously. very much = extremely
In immense manner or degree
immense
huge, gigantic, very large
immense
very great in degree, extent, size, or quantity
immense
prodigious
immense
Immeasurable; unlimited
ımmensely
{a} without measure, infinitely, very
immense
{s} enormous, massive, colossal; boundless, immeasurable; excellent (Slang)
immense
In commonest use: Very great; vast; huge
immense
unusually great in size or amount or degree or especially extent or scope; "huge government spending"; "huge country estates"; "huge popular demand for higher education"; "a huge wave"; "the Los Angeles aqueduct winds like an immense snake along the base of the mountains"; "immense numbers of birds"; "at vast (or immense) expense"; "the vast reaches of outer space"; "the vast accumulation of knowledge which we call civilization"- W R Inge
immense
If you describe something as immense, you mean that it is extremely large or great. an immense cloud of smoke With immense relief I stopped running. = enormous + immensity im·men·si·ty The immensity of the universe is difficult to grasp. extremely large = enormous (immensus, from mensus )
immensely

    Hyphenation

    im·mense·ly

    Turkish pronunciation

    îmensli

    Pronunciation

    /əˈmenslē/ /ɪˈmɛnsliː/

    Etymology

    [ i-'men(t)s ] (adjective.) 15th century. immense +‎ -ly

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