HyperDic: heavily

English > 7 senses of the word heavily:
ADVERBallheavily, to a great extentto a considerable degree
allheavilyin a heavy-footed manner
allheavilywith great force
allheavilyin a manner designed for heavy duty
allheavily, heavyslowly as if burdened by much weight
allheavilyin a labored manner
allheavily, intemperately, hardindulging excessively
heavily > pronunciation
Soundshheh'vahliy
Rhymesably ... zealously: 1543 rhymes with liy...
English > heavily: 7 senses > adverb 1
MeaningTo a considerable degree.
Example"he relied heavily on others' data"
Synonymto a great extent
Spanishpesadamente
Adjectivesheavyunusually great in degree or quantity or number
English > heavily: 7 senses > adverb 2
MeaningIn a heavy-footed manner.
Example"he walked heavily up the three flights to his room"
Adjectivesheavyslow and laborious because of weight
English > heavily: 7 senses > adverb 3
MeaningWith great force.
Example"she hit her arm heavily against the wall"
Adjectivesheavyof great intensity or power or force
English > heavily: 7 senses > adverb 4
MeaningIn a manner designed for heavy duty.
Examples
  • "a heavily constructed car"
  • "heavily armed"
Adjectivesheavy-dutydesigned for heavy work
English > heavily: 7 senses > adverb 5
Meaningslowly as if burdened by much weight.
Synonymheavy
Adjectivesheavymarked by great psychological weight
English > heavily: 7 senses > adverb 6
MeaningIn a labored manner.
Example"he breathed heavily"
Adjectivesheavyof comparatively great physical weight or density / density
English > heavily: 7 senses > adverb 7
Meaningindulging excessively.
Example"he drank heavily"
Synonymsintemperately, hard
Oppositelightlyindulging with temperance
Spanishcopiosamente, intemperadamente, pesadamente

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