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drastically

[ dras-tik-lee ]
/ ˈdræs tɪk li /
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adverb
so as to have a thorough or far-reaching effect; profoundly or radically:Our everyday lives have been drastically altered by the huge number of innovations in medicine, transportation, communications, and more.
extremely:This school should be merged with others in the same locality, as the number of students studying here is drastically low.
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