Definition of 'tremendous'
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We think social media is generally a tremendous force for good. The Sun (2013)The staggering support and offers of help have been tremendous. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Some of the views from the top of tower blocks are absolutely tremendous. The Sun (2014)You have to be outstanding technically and need to work under tremendous pressure. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It says a tremendous amount about the character in the squad. The Sun (2009)But it was tremendous she found something that made her so happy. Times, Sunday Times (2010)We see a tremendous amount of opportunity. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The people themselves are of tremendous help to each other. Daily Readings with Mother Theresa (1993)An absolutely tremendous athlete who seemed to be as fast as any back row man. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It had a tremendous amount of facts packed in each episode. The Sun (2016)It would be a tremendous help to the company. Going For It!: How to Succeed As an Entrepreneur (1986)The players were under tremendous pressure to perform. Times, Sunday Times (2006)All the staff and players who put in a tremendous amount of effort deserved to get that result. Times, Sunday Times (2015)You get good performance, tremendous handling and a comfortable ride. The Sun (2008)It's a tremendous effort for something most of us take for granted. The Sun (2014)They weren't to know that it was a tremendous piece of good fortune. Times, Sunday Times (2011)We said we had a chance to make history and it's absolutely tremendous. The Sun (2013)Anybody who wins an Olympic medal has done something tremendous. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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Translations for 'tremendous'
British English: tremendous /trɪˈmɛndəs/ ADJECTIVE
You use tremendous to emphasize how strong a feeling or quality is, or how large an amount is.
I felt a tremendous pressure on my chest.
- American English: tremendous
- Arabic: هَائِل
- Brazilian Portuguese: formidável
- Chinese: 极大的
- Croatian: ogroman
- Czech: obrovský
- Danish: fantastisk
- Dutch: ontzagwekkend
- European Spanish: tremendo terrible
- Finnish: valtava
- French: immense
- German: gewaltig
- Greek: πελώριος
- Italian: enorme
- Japanese: 巨大な
- Korean: 엄청난
- Norwegian: enorm
- Polish: ogromny
- European Portuguese: formidável
- Romanian: extraordinar
- Russian: огромный
- Spanish: tremendo
- Swedish: oerhörd
- Thai: ใหญ่โตมาก
- Turkish: çok büyük
- Ukrainian: жахливий
- Vietnamese: rất lớn
Definition of tremendous from the Collins English Dictionary
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