- adv.戏剧性地，引人注目地; 显著地，剧烈地;
- 形容词: dramatic;
His quality of life has improved dramatically since the operation.
When depressed, they dramatically overindulge in chocolate and sweets.
The cost of living has increased dramatically.
At speeds above 50mph, serious injuries dramatically increase.
Tourist numbers from across the pond have dropped dramatically.
She bowed dramatically. "Anastasia Krupnik, at your service," she said.
Other services vary dramatically in quality.
Trends toward the globalization of industry have dramatically affected food production in California.
He tipped his head to one side and sighed dramatically.
I cut my purchases dramatically by the simple expedient of destroying my credit cards.
"Don't you understand?" I moaned, sinking dramatically to my knees.
The window in the cockpit had blown in and the pressure dropped dramatically.
Our way of life has changed dramatically over the last ten years.
His tone changed dramatically when he saw the money.
The thunder crashed dramatically.
Painting styles changed dramatically under the influence of the reform and opening policy.
Accounting and banking have changed dramatically in the light of recent developments in computers.
The performance of your analyzer can be dramatically limited by your gas transporting system.
The employment structure, too, has changed dramatically.
Blond hair is unique in that it changes dramatically with age.
This figure increased dramatically when the patients were retested.
Statistics show the crime rate rising more dramatically in those allegedly tranquil areas than in cities.
The state dramatically underestimated the quantity of energy that would be sold at subsidised prices.
It changed Medicare dramatically, moving it toward market incentives and individual choice.
But if businesses and offices remain closed, the economic impact of Ike will rise dramatically.
Resulting from surplus and capital surplus, China's foreign reserve grows dramatically in the past few years.
Now that commodity prices have plunged, the inflation risk has dramatically receded across the rich world.
The prices of securities fluctuate, sometimes dramatically.
Printing with moveable type on paper dramatically reduced the cost of producing a book compared with the old-fashioned ones handwritten on vellum, which comes from sheepskin.
Our risk of cancer rises dramatically as we age.
The way in which Mr Jobs revived the failing company he had co-founded and turned it into the world's biggest tech firm (bigger even than Bill Gates's Microsoft, the company that had outsmarted Apple so dramatically in the 1980s), sounds like something from a Hollywood movie
Better irrigation can dramatically improve crop yield and about 40% of the world's food supply is currently derived from irrigated land.
This varies dramatically depending on crop, from three calories for plant crops to 35 calories in the production of beef
whites' attitude towards blacks has dramatically changed
The profound connection between identity and communication is dramatically evident in children who are deprived of human contact.
1. in a very impressive manner;
"your performance will improve dramatically"
2. in a dramatic manner;
"he confessed dramatically"
3. with respect to dramatic value;
"the play was dramatically interesting, but the direction was bad"