WordReference Random House Learner's Dictionary of American English © 2020
great•ly /ˈgreɪtli/USA pronunciation adv.WordReference Random House Unabridged Dictionary of American English © 2020
- very much;
to a great degree:His health has greatly improved.
great•ly (grāt′lē),USA pronunciation adv.
- in or to a great degree;
much:greatly improved in health.
- in a great manner.
- 1150–1200; Middle English gretli; see great, -ly
'greatly' also found in these entries:
Abbas I - Antiochus III - Austin - Barbary ape - Bayezid II - Brocken specter - Craig - Cromwell - Dolmetsch - Dowding - Flamsteed - Frisch - Godwin - Hartlepool - Henry VII - Maracay - abomination - affect - afflict - all - amain - amaze - amazed - anxious - ardeb - astonish - astound - banded Florida tree snail - bandit - banteng - bargain bin - beau - beloved - bereaved - bison - blimp out - boil - bowl - bowl over - cannon bone - carry - cat - catarrhine - centenionalis - charm - chigoe - chimpanzee - close - coexist - complaisant