- 1Used for emphasis:Más ejemplos en oraciones
- Yorkshire and especially Bradford must be very proud of this wonderful caring celebrity.
- James, especially, took it very badly when he told them how useless they were.
- It was a dark, deep chocolate truffle with a very distinct bite of fresh black pepper.
- 1.1In a high degree: a very large amount the river rose very quickly very much soMás ejemplos en oraciones
- People seem to take the idea of Kevin Bacon, and his Six degrees, very seriously.
- This is something that you learn quite quickly and is very easy to exploit if you want free technical support.
- There has been a very high degree of co-operation between everyone involved in this case.
- 1.2 (with superlative or own) Used to emphasize that the following description applies without qualification: the very best quality his very own carMás ejemplos en oraciones
- I've seen a lot of movies, but this is truly one of the very best I could ever hope to see.
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- 1Actual; precise (used to emphasize the exact identity of someone or something): those were his very words he might be phoning her at this very momentMás ejemplos en oraciones
- He was quickly displaying the very mental toughness which has been lacking among his players.
- 2Far from being: I’m not very impressedMás ejemplos en oraciones
- We were not very impressed to find out that Delft is also famous for small white tiles decorated in blue paint.
- I went out at about 11 and saw one or two streaks though it was not very impressive.
- My friend was not very impressed and it was obvious that he did not want to know anything about Islam.
the very idea!
- see idea.
the very same
- see same.
Middle English (as an adjective in the sense 'real, genuine'): from Old French verai, based on Latin verus 'true'.