- 1very great in amount, scale, or intensity
- 2extremely good; excellent
Using tremendous: Examples
Take a moment to familiarize yourself with how "tremendous" can be used in various situations through the following examples!
The company has made a tremendous amount of profit this year.
She has a tremendous amount of energy and enthusiasm.
The concert was a tremendous success.
He did a tremendous job on the project.
tremendous Synonyms and Antonyms
Idioms Using tremendous
She has a tremendous amount of talent as a musician.
The athlete was under tremendous pressure to win the championship.
significant progress or improvement
The company has made tremendous strides in reducing its carbon footprint.
Phrases with tremendous
The new policy had a tremendous impact on the economy.
It took tremendous effort to complete the marathon.
The young athlete has tremendous potential for a successful career.
Origins of tremendous
from Latin 'tremendus', meaning 'terrible to tremble at'
Summary: tremendous in Brief
The term 'tremendous' [trəˈmɛndəs] denotes a high degree of amount, scale, or intensity, as well as excellence. It can describe anything from profits to energy, exemplified by 'The company has made a tremendous amount of profit this year.' 'Tremendous' extends into phrases like 'tremendous potential,' and idioms like 'tremendous pressure,' denoting stress, and 'tremendous strides,' implying significant progress.