English version

vastly

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishvastlyvast‧ly /ˈvɑːstli $ ˈvæstli/ ●○○ adverb  LOT/VERY MUCHvery much This book is vastly superior to his last one. vastly different opinions
Examples from the Corpus
vastlyThe Olympic world is vastly different now.Their untrained but nervous eyes, and rumour, vastly exaggerated both the ferocity and size of the advancing army.The redshank has vastly expanded its breeding range in Shetland in the last thirty years or so.He took me to such a vastly expensive restaurant and gave such a persuasive argument that I was fairly undone.Communication, management, and supervisory skills have vastly improved.Severing the umbilical cord between landlords and peasants vastly increased the proportion of the population for which the centre was directly responsible.Even without him, the force against which Rodrigo now found himself ranged was vastly superior to his own.
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