Translation of "very" - English-Spanish dictionary


adverb uk /ˈver·i/ 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.

no muy bueno, alto, contento, etc.
The movie wasn’t very good.

(Translation of “very” from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)


adverb /ˈveri/

to a great degree

He’s very clever
You came very quickly
I’m not feeling very well.

absolutely; in the highest degree

de todo; enteramente, completamente
The very first thing you must do is ring the police
She has a car of her very own.
very well

used to express (reluctant) agreement to a request etc

vale, está claro
’Please be home before midnight.’ ’Very well.’

(Translation of “very” from the PASSWORD English-Spanish Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)