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Very and very much - synonyms or related words

very

adjective

used for emphasizing that a quality exists or is true to a great degree

particularly

adverb

very, or very much

deeply

adverb

very or very much

greatly

adverb

very much

thoroughly

adverb

very much

immensely

adverb

very, or very much: used for emphasizing what you are saying

indeed

adverb

mainly British

used for emphasizing the meaning of “very”

really

adverb

spoken

very, or very much

well

adverb

very, or very much: used for emphasizing what you are saying

a lot

to a great or greater degree

nanodegree

a course of study which is much shorter than a university course and focuses on the skills you need for a job, especially computer-related skills

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dolt

a stupid person

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hypocaust

an ancient Roman system of underfloor heating, used to heat houses with hot air; from the Latin 'hypocaustum'

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