significantly

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significantly

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
adv
  1. has [become, grown, got] significantly [worse, better]
  2. was significantly [worse] than the last [time, attempt]
  3. significantly [higher, lower, increased, decreased]
  4. significantly [higher] [levels, interest, costs, prices]
  5. [results, performances] have significantly improved
  6. have [improved] significantly
  7. improved significantly in terms of
  8. was significantly improved upon in this [update, version, release]
  9. [increased, decreased] significantly in recent [times, months, years]
  10. [increased] significantly in the last [month, quarter]
  11. it needs to be significantly [higher, stronger, faster] if it is going to
  12. is significantly [higher] than
  13. is significantly different [from, than]
  14. [differ, vary] significantly from (one to another)
  15. contributed significantly to the [success, development] of
  16. are significantly [different, distinct, affected, reduced, influenced]
  17. [but, although, though] not significantly
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