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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishconsiderablycon‧sid‧er‧a‧bly /kənˈsɪdərəbli/ ●●○ W3 AWL adverb  LOT/VERY MUCHmuch or a lot It’s considerably colder today. Conditions have improved considerably over the past few years.
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considerablyA large exploration programme both on and offshore is in progress, though the level of activity has varied considerably.Because of the diversity of duties and levels of responsibility, their educational backgrounds and experience vary considerably.Interruptible gas supplies undercut the cost of fuel oil considerably.The last year, I've cut down considerably anyway.In terms of housing standards and occupancy rates, conditions have improved considerably during the course of this century.A couple of thousand was considerably more than her own car was worth!The sea turtle's natural habitat has been considerably reduced.In such circumstances the abilities of individual farmers to retain the loyalty and affection of their workers will be considerably tested.
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