Learn English Grammar From A–Z
1sensiblementeperceptiblementeconsiderablementeit was appreciably cooler in the shade — hacía bastante más fresco en la sombra
- Neither does he see any cause for concern in Ireland given that house prices have started to slow appreciably in the past 12 months.
- It is hard to find too many members of the European squad performing better now than 12 months ago: most are playing appreciably worse.
- It is also important to note that, in general, south Indian society and economy are appreciably more dynamic than those of the north.
- These variations can differ appreciably for different parties.
- This is appreciably larger than the numbers I put down.