Considerably

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Definition

considerably: substantially, greatly, significantly, remarkably
adverb
I'm going to have to ask you to lower the price considerably, I can offer you half of the price you're asking for.

Examples

  • "Delavigne is a company on the rise: we're finding new partners every day, our distribution network is wider than ever, and we are expanding our presence in Asian markets considerably."
  • "When I say 'considerably' more, I mean 50% to 200% above the average market price for the same quality materials."
  • "Unfortunately, all of them charge considerably more than what we are paying our current partners."
  • "Not only will the collection class up our offices considerably, but I hope it will also become a cornerstone of our future corporate investment strategy."
  • "Philip tells me that their sales have fallen off considerably in the past six months."
  • "You'll find that there are more things to do here, fewer cows in the street, and a considerably smaller shotgun-to-citizen ratio."
  • "While the benefits of sleep are numerous, it seems clear that the dangers of NOT sleeping outweigh them considerably."

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