What is a synonym for very important?
adj.valuable, substantial. adj.eminent, influential, outstanding.
What’s another way to say over the years?
What is another word for over the years in?
|mid||no later than|
|while was ongoing||on|
|along||at a point on|
|throughout the expanse of||over the length and breadth of|
What can I say instead of recent years?
What is another word for in recent years?
|in recent times||in the last few years|
|in the past few years||over the last few years|
How do you express something that is important to you?
Words used for saying that something is important – thesaurus
- essentially. adverb.
- importantly. adverb.
- basically. adverb.
- first. adverb.
- basically. adverb.
- the fact (of the matter) is. phrase.
- first and foremost. phrase.
- at the end of the day. phrase.
What is the synonyms of significant?
In this page you can discover 55 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for significant, like: important, eloquent, great, substantial, show, critical, valid, notable, vital, compelling and decisive.
What are recent years?
“In recent yearS.” Would mean something that happened in the past 1 year or more. Likely back 5 years or so would be considered ‘recent.’
How do you use recent years?
Sentences Mobile In recent years a number of police beatings have been videotaped. A spate of museum thefts has hit Sweden in recent years. Others have added the provision to their contracts in recent years. Things have blown hot and cold in recent years for Clemens.
How many synonyms are there for over the years?
Over The Years synonyms – 617 Words and Phrases for Over The Years – Page 2. past years. with the passage of time. with the years. all those years ago. in time. over the last number of years. passage of time. past several years.
When to use ” over the past few years ” in a sentence?
implies discrete (separate) events. So one would say “I learned to drive over the past three years,” but “I took my drivers’ test sometime in the past year.”
What’s the difference between’over’and’in the past’?
I don’t think there is any official rule, but to me, “over the past…” has always implied a continuous process, while “in the past…” implies discrete (separate) events. So one would say “I learned to drive over the past three years,” but “I took my drivers’ test sometime in the past year.”
How to say I learned to drive over the past few years?
So one would say “I learned to drive over the past three years,” but “I took my drivers’ test sometime in the past year.” Where it gets a bit tricky is that multiple discrete events can be described as one continuous trend – so you could say either “I had met him several times in the past year,” or “I had met him several times over the past year.”