very greatly

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English to the Old English. 2014.

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  • very — /ver ee/, adv., adj., (Obs.) verier, veriest. adv. 1. in a high degree; extremely; exceedingly: A giant is very tall. 2. (used as an intensive emphasizing superlatives or stressing identity or oppositeness): the very best thing; in the very same… …   Universalium

  • very — ver•y [[t]ˈvɛr i[/t]] adv. adj. (archaic)ver•i•er, ver•i•est. 1) in a high degree; extremely; exceedingly: a very clever person[/ex] 2) (used as an intensive emphasizing superlatives or stressing identity or oppositeness): the very best thing; in …   From formal English to slang

  • Very long instruction word — or VLIW refers to a CPU architecture designed to take advantage of instruction level parallelism (ILP). A processor that executes every instruction one after the other (i.e. a non pipelined scalar architecture) may use processor resources… …   Wikipedia

  • Very low calorie diet — (VLCD) is a diet with very or extremely low calorie consumption per day. It is defined medically as a diet of 800 kilocalories per day or less. VLCDs are formulated, nutritionally complete, liquid meals containing 3350 kJ (800 kcal) or less per… …   Wikipedia

  • very — [adj] real, exact actual, appropriate, authentic, bare, bona fide, correct, especial, express, genuine, ideal, identical, indubitable, mere, model, perfect, plain, precise, pure, right, same, selfsame, sheer, simple, special, sure enough, true,… …   New thesaurus

  • greatly — [adv] considerably abundantly, by much, conspicuously, eminently, emphatically, enormously, exceedingly, exceptionally, extremely, famously, glaringly, highly, hugely, immeasurably, immensely, incalculably, incomparably, incredibly, indeed,… …   New thesaurus

  • greatly — ► ADVERB ▪ very much …   English terms dictionary

  • very — mid 13c., verray true, real, genuine, later actual, sheer (late 14c.), from Anglo Fr. verrai, O.Fr. verai true, from V.L. *veracus, from L. verax (gen. veracis) truthful, from verus true, from PIE *weros (Cf. O.E. wær …   Etymology dictionary

  • greatly — great|ly W3 [ˈgreıtli] adv formal extremely or very much greatly increased/reduced ▪ The cost of repairs has greatly increased in recent years. ▪ All offers of help will be greatly appreciated . ▪ The quality of health care varies greatly …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • greatly — adverb Date: 13th century 1. to a great extent or degree ; very much < contributed greatly to improved relations > < not greatly bothered > 2. in a great manner ; nobly, magnanimously < a man may live greatly in the law O. W. Holmes †1935 > …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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