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very British & World English

Used for emphasis:

very English Thesaurus

I'm not very brave

before one's eyes British & World English

Right in front of one (used for emphasis)

from the first British & World English

From the beginning

Very in Very light British & World English

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

not very British & World English

In a low degree

very well British & World English

Used to express agreement or consent

very funny! British & World English

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

Very light British & World English

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

Very pistol British & World English

A handheld gun used for firing a Very light

Very Reverend British & World 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! British & World English

An exclamation of disapproval or disagreement

be all very well British & World English

Used to criticize or reject a favourable or consoling remark

Very Large Array British & World English

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

very low frequency British & World English

The band of frequencies between 3 and 30 kilohertz

much British & World English

To a great extent; a great deal

very good in very well British & World English

Used to express agreement or consent

very high frequency British & World English

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

same British & World English

Identical; not different

the devil in devil British & World English

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

this minute British & World English

At once; immediately

very well in very British & World English

Used to express agreement or consent

at the least British & World English

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

very funny! in funny British & World English

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

be all very well in all British & World English

Used to criticize or reject a favourable or consoling remark

the very idea! in idea British & World English

An exclamation of disapproval or disagreement

at the least in least British & World English

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


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