Bedeutung von “very” im Essential American English Dictionary

very

adverb us /ˈver·i/

A1 used to make an adjective or adverb stronger:

She was very pleased.
Thank you very much.
not very good, tall, happy, etc.

A1 not good, happy, etc.:

The movie wasn’t very good.

(Definition von “very” aus dem Webster's Essential Mini Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)