He has tremendous energy. The power of the engine is enormous. She is an author of enormous talent. We had a great time.
Some common synonyms for enormous are monstrous, astounding, and amazing. While all of these words mean “extremely impressive”, “enormous” can mean a power that inspires fear or awe.
1 We went to a great party. 2 The building makes a tremendous visual impact. 3 There is a tremendous difference between them. 4 We are missing a tremendous opportunity.
Used informally, can greatly refer to someone or something very good. For example, the girl is an excellent piano player. Unlike drastic, huge has no negative connotation.
You can describe someone or something as great if you think he/she is very good or very impressive. I absolutely loved it.
Meaning of enormous in English. Very large in quantity or level, or extremely good: You made a tremendous amount of noise last night. She has been an enormous (= very big) help to me over the last few months.
awesome Add to list Share. Enormous means extremely large in size, scope, quantity, power, or extent. It can also mean really wonderful and fantastic – or really terrible and terrible.
What part of speech is great? As described above, “enormously” is an adjective.
Opposite of the adverb for very large in quantity, extent, or intensity. little. little. light. insignificant.
informal (intensifier): a tremendous help.
TREMENDOUS (adjective) definition and synonyms | Macmillan dictionary.
big enough to have an impact or be important.
1 large; huge. 2 informally very exciting or unusual. 3 Informal (intensifier) a tremendous help. 4 Archaically terrible or terrible.
Affective – He’s easy to talk to. Pleasant – He is fun to talk to. Adorable – He is friendly and kind. Charming – He has a “magical” effect that makes people like him.