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Meaning & Definition of Very in English

English

Very

/vɛri/

adjective

1. Precisely as stated

  • "The very center of town"
    synonym:
  • very(a)

2. Being the exact same one

  • Not any other:
  • "This is the identical room we stayed in before"
  • "The themes of his stories are one and the same"
  • "Saw the selfsame quotation in two newspapers"
  • "On this very spot"
  • "The very thing he said yesterday"
  • "The very man i want to see"
    synonym:
  • identical
  • ,
  • selfsame(a)
  • ,
  • very(a)

adverb

1. Used as intensifiers

  • `real' is sometimes used informally for `really'
  • `rattling' is informal
  • "She was very gifted"
  • "He played very well"
  • "A really enjoyable evening"
  • "I'm real sorry about it"
  • "A rattling good yarn"
    synonym:
  • very
  • ,
  • really
  • ,
  • real
  • ,
  • rattling

2. Precisely so

  • "On the very next page"
  • "He expected the very opposite"
    synonym:
  • very

Examples of using

He is very handsome.
He is very handsome.
The weather is very cold in Istanbul.