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very
'vɛriː
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Precisely as stated.
  2. Being the exact same one; not any other:.
(副) As an adverb
  1. Very.
  2. Very.
Hyphenationver•y
Part of Speech(副) adverb, (形) adjective
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真正的zhēnzhèng decorrect
真正zhēnzhènggenuine; real; true; genuinely
真实zhēnshítrue; real
恰好qiàhǎoas it turns out; by lucky coincidence; (of number, time, size etc) just right
十足shízúample; complete; hundred percent; a pure shade (of some color)
绝对juéduìabsolute; unconditional
特别tèbiéespecially; special; particular; unusual
非常fēichángvery; very much; unusual; extraordinary
完全wánquáncomplete; whole; totally; entirely
了去了le qù le(coll.) (after adjectives such as , , , ) very; extremely
倍儿bèirvery; much (Beijing dialect)
大为dàwéivery; greatly
巴巴bābā(suffix) very; extremely
得可以de kěyǐ(coll.) very; awfully
有够yǒugòuvery; extremely
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