- absurdly adv [wealthy, expensive] ridiculement ; [behave] de façon ridicule.
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Absurdly — Ab*surd ly, adv. In an absurd manner. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
absurdly — ab|surd|ly [ əb sɜrdli, əb zɜrdli ] adverb in a way that seems stupid, unreasonable, or impossible to believe: absurdly high prices She was absurdly young to be in such a demanding job. a. used for saying that some quality or feeling is much… … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
absurdly — adverb a) In an absurd fashion. He orated absurdly. b) To an extreme degree. Absurdly, he concluded his oration with a song … Wiktionary
absurdly — adverb absurdly cheap/difficult/easy etc so cheap, difficult etc that it seems surprising, unusual, or even funny: Prices on the island seem absurdly low to Western tourists … Longman dictionary of contemporary English
absurdly — UK [əbˈsɜː(r)dlɪ] / US [əbˈsɜrdlɪ] / US [əbˈzɜrdlɪ] adverb in a way that seems stupid, unreasonable, or impossible to believe absurdly high prices She was absurdly young to be in such a demanding job … English dictionary
absurdly — absurd ► ADJECTIVE ▪ completely unreasonable, illogical, or inappropriate. DERIVATIVES absurdity noun absurdly adverb. ORIGIN Latin absurdus out of tune , hence irrational … English terms dictionary
absurdly — adverb in an absurd manner or to an absurd degree an absurdly rich young woman • Derived from adjective: ↑absurd … Useful english dictionary
absurdly — adverb see absurd I … New Collegiate Dictionary
absurdly — See absurdity. * * * … Universalium
absurdly — É™b sÉœrdlÉª /É™b sÉœËd adv. ridiculously, preposterously, irrationally, nonsensically … English contemporary dictionary
absurdly — ab·surd·ly … English syllables