heavily

Definition

adverb
Usage
he is heavily in debt
he has many debts
Usage
they are heavily into property
they have large investments in property
Usage
the company has had to borrow heavily to repay its debts
the company has had to borrow large sums of money

"...the steel company had spent heavily on new equipment" [Fortune]

Use heavily in a sentence

He was heavily sedated that day and we all knew that he needed to get some rest as soon as possible.

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After watching and rating nearly thirty movies in the course of a month, Robert found that his interests lie heavily with comedies rather than horror movies.

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By the beggining of the 1990s, the Japanese corporate sector was heavily indebted, bringing on nearly two decades of stagnation as Japanese firms aggressively shed debt and eschewed new investment.

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