Definition of 'ridiculously'
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Not for the faint of heart, but ridiculously cheap. Times, Sunday Times (2016)At the same time some large corporations are getting away with paying no tax, or ridiculously low tax. The Sun (2016)ESCAPE winter's chills by taking one step into the Algarve for a frankly ridiculously cheap price. The Sun (2016)They definitely made for a better night but they were ridiculously high. The Sun (2010)Universities will not be offering ridiculously low grades to deprived students. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The problem is that we have a ridiculously high threshold to get on the ballot. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Such bond prices have been ridiculously and artificially high for some time now. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Food was forcibly taken from the peasantry for ridiculously low prices. The Collins History of the World in the 20th Century (1994)Or we turn down a service opportunity due to ridiculously high safety standards. Christianity Today (2000)By selling your holidays at ridiculously low prices. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Sports packages are often ridiculously expensive. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Given the quality of the accommodation, it was ridiculously cheap. Times, Sunday Times (2013)When he lights a cigarette, he looks ridiculously young. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The broader argument is that the fixture list is ridiculously crammed, something cricket must address. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Though still ridiculously young, they already qualify as veterans. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The game has also become ridiculously expensive to run because of inflation in players' wages. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Instead, pretend that the offensively young and ridiculously old are normal people like you and me. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It's ridiculously expensive and ridiculously unnecessary. Times, Sunday Times (2015)As most people will know, going out if you are a parent has become ridiculously expensive. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Either that or it's down to those ridiculously high heels. Times, Sunday Times (2012)With ridiculously cheap prices, too, this place is a gem. Times, Sunday Times (2008)We at the other end are dealing with a spat between a couple of ridiculously well-paid young men about who called who what in the playground. Times, Sunday Times (2012)On the telephone they were offered a price of 20 to clean carpets, which is ridiculously cheap. Times, Sunday Times (2013)We pointed out that it has warm summers, unspoilt countryside, historic towns and ridiculously cheap holiday properties. Times, Sunday Times (2013)I spent last week in Spain where booze is ridiculously cheap and wine festivals are a big part of the local culture. The Sun (2008)At a ridiculously young age I would go into his wardrobe and choose three ties for him to go with a particular suit. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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Used Occasionally. ridiculously is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'ridiculously'
British English: ridiculously ADVERB
You use ridiculously to emphasize the fact that you think something is unreasonable or very surprising.
She bought rolls of silk that seemed ridiculously cheap.
Definition of ridiculously from the Collins English Dictionary
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