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very

adverb /ˈveri/
to a great degree
muy
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.’
(Definition of very from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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