- [A] 实在的,真正的 itself, himself, etc. and no other; actual; truly such
- [A] 极端的 extreme
- 很,非常,十分,极 in a high degree; extremely
- 十足,完全 in the fullest sense
- 正是 exactly
precisely as stated;
"the very center of town"
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"
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"
"on the very next page"
"he expected the very opposite"
- She likes Beethoven very much.
- It is very unwise for the girl to marry him.
- London is a very cosmopolitan city.
- They sat in the very same seat.
- It's just the very thing I have been wanting.
- The queen is going to knight him with the very sword.
- It seemed to him the very soul of romance.
- You need to be at the very front of the bus.
- It's in the very nature of things that the old eventually makes way for the new.
- Give me a very little.
- Give me only a very little.
- The two men ran neck and neck until the very end.
- The little girl stood in the very back of the classroom.
- Now he is at the very pinnacle of his career.
- Plunder is the very nature of imperialism.
- What he said was the very reverse of the truth.
- You are the very man I am looking for.
- He is their very son.
- This happened under her very eyes.
- He knows our very thoughts.
- The veriest simpleton knows that.
- Not only is this problem very important, but it is a difficult problem to be solved at once.
- I noticed (that)he was looking very nervous.
- Can you make out what he is saying?His voice is very low.
- She's very good at making up poems.
- It's very foolish to smoke,as it's known to be dangerous to health.
- The boy was named Ronald, a very popular boy name.
- He used the very same mathematical formula as I did.
- Some people think the book is very amusing, but I think it misses the mark.
- A deer is very alert in its movement.
- He has a very interesting idea.
- I behaved badly yesterday and still feel very ashamed of myself.
- Miss Rose is very interested in stamp-collecting.
- Britain's trade position has been very much weakened by inflation.
- I was very pleased indeed to hear from you.
- His parents are trying very hard to make a man of him by strict discipline.
- I don't see him very often, but now and then we have lunch in the same restaurant.
- Paul and his brother had a terrible quarrel, but they apologized and made up very soon.
- He's moved very rapidly up the promotion ladder.
- He spoke very clearly indeed.
- This decade has thrown up very few notable architects.
- It was a tedious show and very few people sat it out.
- They could speak very little English.
- They had very little independence and freedom to speak of.
- Starting with a limited technical force and very little scientific data, we naturally had many difficulties.
- She did very little work on this report, and it shows!
- That day they all put on their very best dress.
- This is the very best coat I have.
- She is the very worst cook I have ever encountered.
- The fault is your very own.
- You are a lucky boy to have your very own boat.
- “Are you busy?”“ Not very.”
- “Was the play interesting?”“ Not very.”
- That's not a very nice thing for us to say.
- It's not very hot today.
- We are not very keen on seeing that foreign film.
- It is very very different in nature,I think.
- Please send this letter off at once.—Very good,sir.
- I did not make out very well on my last examination.
- Oh,very well.I'll go with you if you're afraid to go alone.
- Oh,very well.But I still think that I am right.
- I enjoyed your party very much.
- She is very much changed.
- Thank you very much indeed.
- Is that lobster alive?—Yes,be careful.It's very much alive.
- We need it very much.
- Thank you very much. — Not at all.
- very little 极少一点
- very nature 必然
- one's very eyes 就在某人的眼皮底下
- one's very thoughts 正是某人的想法
- the very back of the classroom 教室的最后面
- the very end 一直到终点
- the very girl 正是那位姑娘
- the very man 正是那人
- the very pinnacle of one's career 正值某人一生中的顶峰时期
- the very reverse of the truth 与事实完全相反
- very alert 很灵敏
- very amusing 很有趣
- very ashamed 羞愧
- very foolish 十分愚蠢
- very good at 很善于
- very important 十分重要
- very interested 颇感兴趣
- very interesting 很有趣
- very low 太低
- very nervous 很紧张
- very pleased 非常高兴
- very popular 常见的
- very weakened 大削弱
Very God of very God.出自：Book of Common Prayer
Half dead with very death still drawing nigh.出自： W. Morris
- very用于否定结构时,含有“恰如其分”的意味,即相当于rather或fairly。not very(不很,不大)用起来比较委婉,美国人常用not so。very good或very well意为“好,可以,没问题”,常用来客气地表示同意或允诺,通常用在争论、劝说或被迫之后表示同意或答应。另外,very well有时也作反语用,表示说话人自己并不怎么愿意。very much放在宾语之后或置于实义动词之前,一般不可放在句子开头。
- very是形容词，用来修饰名词，位于the, this，my等限定词后。
- right作副词，用来修饰谓语（常为动词be）或作状语的介词短语等，须放在the, this，my等限定词之前。
误 He was very in love with that girl.
正 He was deeply in love with that girl.
- ☆ 13世纪晚期进入英语，直接源自古法语的verai，意为真的；最初源自拉丁语的verax，意为真实的。