Sinonimi di tremendous
1 (aggettivo )
very large or impressiveI felt a tremendous pressure on my chest.
Several painters were working on a huge piece of canvas.
a great hall as long and high as a church
towering cliffs of black granite
farmers who own vast stretches of land
an enormous dust cloud blocking out the sun
He did a terrific amount of fundraising.
She looked every bit as formidable as her mother.
an immense cloud of smoke
a titanic struggle between two visions of the future
The road is bordered by gigantic rocks.
They were erecting a monstrous edifice.
The mammoth undertaking was completed in 18 months.
A colossal statue stands in the square.
The task they face is colossal.
whopping (informal), ,
Planned spending amounts to a whopping $31.4 billion.
This business generates cash in prodigious amounts.
a stupendous amount of money
a marketing event of gargantuan proportions
2 (aggettivo )
very good or pleasingI thought it was absolutely tremendous.
We complimented him on doing an excellent job.
It's a great film; you must see it.
I've always thought he was a wonderful actor.
My sister's given me a brilliant book.
mean (slang), , , ,
She plays a mean game of tennis.
He is an extraordinary musician.
I have a fantastic social life.
It's been a while since I've seen a really ace film.
Thanks, I had an incredible time.
The scenery and weather were fabulous.
He certainly is a marvellous actor.
His piano playing is exceptional.
What a terrific idea!
Her voice is sensational.
the awesome responsibility of sending troops into combat
super (old-fashioned), ,
We had a super time.
bodacious (slang, mainly US), ,
chillin' (US, slang), , ,
sik (Australian, slang), ,
schmick (Australian, informal), ,
The band launch their schmick new CD next week.
barrie (Scottish, slang), ,
3 (aggettivo )
Suddenly there was a tremendous explosion.
the deafening roar of fighter jets taking off
The ginger man had a large booming voice.
The auction was promptly declared a roaring success.
The occasion was a resounding success.
The audience responded with thunderous applause.
very loud, ,
4 (aggettivo )
They told us the dreadful news.
Thousands suffered terrible injuries in the disaster.
Even if the weather's awful there's still lots to do.
I've got the most appalling headache.
The earthquake was a fearful disaster.
refugees trapped in frightful conditions
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in the sense of ace
superb or excellentIt's been a while since I've seen a really ace film.
cracking (British, informal),
the dog's bollocks (taboo, slang),
bitchin' (US, slang),
chillin' (US, slang),
booshit (Australian, slang),
exo (Australian, slang),
sik (Australian, slang),
ka pai (New Zealand),
schmick (Australian, informal),
barrie (Scottish, slang),
belting (British, slang),
pearler (Australian, slang)
in the sense of appalling
very badI've got the most appalling headache.
in the sense of awesome
inspiring or displaying awethe awesome responsibility of sending troops into combat
wondrous (archaic, literary),
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