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very

Definitions by Oxford


[ˈvɛri], (Adverb)

Definitions:
- in a high degree
(e.g: a very large amount)


Phrases:
- not very
- very well

Origin:
Middle English (as an adjective in the sense ‘real, genuine’): from Old French verai, based on Latin verus ‘true’


[ˈvɛri], (Adjective)

Definitions:
- actual; precise (used to emphasize the exact identity of someone or something)
(e.g: those were his very words)

- emphasizing an extreme point in time or space
(e.g: from the very beginning of the book)

- with no addition of anything else; mere
(e.g: the very thought of drink made him feel sick)


Phrases:
- not very
- very well

Origin:







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