"won by a substantial margin"
having a firm basis in reality and being therefore important, meaningful, or considerable
substantial, real, material(adj)
having substance or capable of being treated as fact; not imaginary
"the substantial world"; "a mere dream, neither substantial nor practical"; "most ponderous and substantial things"- Shakespeare
hearty, satisfying, solid, square, substantial(adj)
providing abundant nourishment
"a hearty meal"; "good solid food"; "ate a substantial breakfast"; "four square meals a day"
self-colored, whole, straight, red-blooded, self-coloured, unanimous, upstanding, significant, square(a), hearty, comforting, satisfying, full-blooded, real, substantive, cheering, solid, material, square, firm, square(p), strong, straightforward, lusty
solid, strong, substantial(adj)
of good quality and condition; solidly built
"a solid foundation"; "several substantial timber buildings"
self-colored, whole, potent, inviolable, unanimous, self-coloured, stiff, material, upstanding, significant, hearty, warm, satisfying, hard, real, substantive, solid, unassailable, square, firm, strong, unattackable, impregnable, secure
English Synonyms and Antonyms
Real (Latin res, a thing) signifies having existence, not merely in thought, but in fact, or being in fact according to appearance or claim; denoting the thing as distinguished from the name, or the existent as opposed to the non-existent. Actual has respect to a thing accomplished by doing, real to a thing as existing by whatever means or from whatever cause, positive to that which is fixed or established, developed to that which has reached completion by a natural process of unfolding. Actual is in opposition to the supposed, conceived, or reported, and furnishes the proof of its existence in itself; real is opposed to feigned or imaginary, and is capable of demonstration; positive, to the uncertain or doubtful; developed, to that which is undeveloped or incomplete. The developed is susceptible of proof; the positive precludes the necessity for proof. The present condition of a thing is its actual condition; ills are real that have a substantial reason; proofs are positive when they give the mind certainty; a plant is developed when it has reached its completed stage. Real estate is land, together with trees, water, minerals, or other natural accompaniments, and any permanent structures that man has built upon it. Compare AUTHENTIC.
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How to use substantial in a sentence?
The first quarter has been challenging for the European airline industry including the Air France-KLM Group, substantial industry capacity growth in the off-peak business period led to unit revenue pressure.
We're still a long ways apart, and I don't want to suggest that a deal is imminent because it is not, but like with any deal, as Mark Meadows make progress, I think it's important to recognize that Mark Meadows're making progress and not set an unrealistic expectation that we are just a few items away. Because there are still substantial differences, but we did make good progress.
New Zealand has obligations under international law to refuse to return a person to a jurisdiction in which they will be at substantial risk of torture, or where they will not receive a fair trial.
Despite the large number of conducted cases and settlements to date, the expected costs of past misconduct remain substantial, this may suggest further pressures on banks' profitability and internal capital-accumulation capacity.
We hope Tim Cook's substantial personal investment inspires others to support this vital and historic project.
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- podstatný, opravdový, bytelný, hmotnýCzech
- oleellinen, vauras, todellinen, olennainen, huomattava, tukeva, runsas, tuhtiFinnish
- susbainteachScottish Gaelic
- alapvető, gazdag, valódi, vagyonos, szilárd, lényegi, tehetős, tartós, való, tekintélyes, jómódú, bőséges, lényegesHungarian
- 堅固, 裕福, 実際, 現実, 実質的, 物質的, 頑丈, 大量Japanese
- вещественный, состоятельный, солидный, важный, значительный, зажиточный, действительный, материальный, крепкий, существенный, настоящий, реальный, прочный, обеспеченныйRussian
- trọng yếuVietnamese
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