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very US English

Used for emphasis

very US Thesaurus

that's very kind of you

before one's eyes US English

Right in front of one (used for emphasis, especially in the context of something surprising or unpleasant)

from the first US English

From the beginning or the early stages

Very in Very light US English

A flare fired into the air from a pistol for signaling or for temporary illumination

not very US English

In a low degree

very well US English

Used to express agreement or consent

very funny! US English

Used ironically to indicate that a speaker does not share another’s joke or amusement

Very light US English

A flare fired into the air from a pistol for signaling or for temporary illumination

Very pistol US English

A handheld gun used for firing a Very light

Very Reverend US English

A title given to a dean in the Anglican Church

Very Reverend New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

title given to an Anglican dean

the very idea! US English

An exclamation of disapproval or disagreement

the very same US English

The same (used for emphasis, often to express surprise)

be all very well US English

Used to express criticism or rejection of a favorable or consoling remark

Very Large Array US English

The world’s largest radio telescope, consisting of 27 dish antennas near Socorro, New Mexico

very low frequency US English

The band of frequencies between 3 and 30 kilohertz

much US English

To a great extent; a great deal

very good in very well US English

Used to express agreement or consent

very high frequency US English

The band of frequencies between 30 and 300 megahertz, typically used for broadcasting television signals

the devil in devil US English

A thing that is very difficult or awkward to do or deal with

this minute US English

At once; immediately

not very in very US English

In a low degree

very well in very US English

Used to express agreement or consent

at the least US English

(Used after amounts) not less than; at the minimum

very funny! in funny US English

Used ironically to indicate that a speaker does not share another’s joke or amusement

be all very well in all US English

Used to express criticism or rejection of a favorable or consoling remark

the very idea! in idea US English

An exclamation of disapproval or disagreement

the very same in same US English

The same (used for emphasis, often to express surprise)

not very in not US English

see very.

this minute in minute1 US English

At once; immediately

at the least in least US English

(Used after amounts) not less than; at the minimum


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