[mey-jer-lee] /ˈmeɪ dʒər li/
Slang. extremely; thoroughly:
The class was majorly hard.
(slang, mainly US & Canadian) very; really; extremely: it was majorly important for us to do that
by 1887, from major (adj.) + -ly (2). Common in popular U.S. colloquial speech from c.1995.
Very; extremely: Both are majorly distraught over the wife/mommy’s death/ I remember once when I was majorly depressed (1990s+)
noun 1. insurance designed to compensate for particularly large medical expenses due to a severe or prolonged illness, usually by paying a high percentage of medical bills above a certain amount.
- Major mitchell
noun 1. an Australian cockatoo, Kakatoe leadbeateri, with a white-and-pink plumage Also called Leadbeater’s cockatoo
noun, Music. 1. . 2. .
noun, Roman Catholic Church. 1. the degree or grade of priesthood, diaconate, or subdiaconate.