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adjective tremendous pronunciation in British English /trəˈmendəs/
  1. 1
    [usually before noun] used for emphasizing that something such as an amount, achievement, or feeling is extremely great, important, or strong
    We have a tremendous amount of work to get through.
    The result was a tremendous disappointment.
    a tremendous success
    I have tremendous respect for my parents.
  2. 2
    something that is tremendous is extremely good
    We had a tremendous evening together.

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tremendously

 tremendous pronunciation in British English adverb
a tremendously important person
They played tremendously well.

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