1. to a great extent or degree (Freq. 9)

I'm afraid the film was well over budget


painting the room white made it seem considerably (or substantially) larger


the house has fallen considerably in value


the price went up substantially

Syn: ↑well, ↑considerably
Derived from adjective: ↑substantial, ↑considerable (for: ↑considerably)
2. in a strong substantial way (Freq. 1)

the house was substantially built

Derived from adjective: ↑substantial

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