very

ˈverɪ

Перевод:

Adverb: очень даже
Adjective: самый тот самый истинный сам по себе

Фразы:

a person very chary of compliments - очень скупой на похвалу

very cheap store - очень дешевый магазин

the very clarity of heaven - необыкновенная ясность неба

room very commonly furnished - комната, обставленная убого

a very contracted summary - очень краткое резюме

the very type of a robber den - настоящий воровской притон

to dislike deeply / very much - испытывать сильную неприязнь, очень не любить

in a very distressed state of mind - глубоко расстроенный

the very dregs of the population - отбросы общества

very dubious company - очень подозрительная компания

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Примеры:

This is a very thing I want. - Это именно то, что я хочу.

I'll start at the very beginning. - Я начну с самого начала.

At that very moment the phone rang. - В этот самый момент зазвонил телефон.

It feels very cold today. - Сегодня очень холодно.

Yes, it is madness; very, very madness. - Да, это безумие, самое настоящее безумие.

The very fact that you are reading this book suggests you want to improve your fitness. - Сам факт, что вы читаете эту книгу, подсказывает, что вы хотите улучшить свою физическую форму.

The fishing industry is very important to the area. - Рыбная промышленность очень важна для этой области.

He died in this very room. - Он умер в этой самой комнате.

the very man I want to see - тот самый человек, которого мне нужно увидеть

The very thing he said yesterday. - Именно так он вчера и сказал.

The very idea of being sent abroad delighted him. - Сама идея быть посланным за границу восхищала его.

You have missed the very best thing in Kandy. - Вы не увидели самого интересного в Канди.

A verier knave never stepped the earth. - Больший мошенник не ступал по земле.

It was a very male reaction, I thought. - "Типично мужская реакция", — подумала я.

The very thought of food made me feel ill. - От одной мысли о еде мне становилось дурно.

The very opposite word was of course expected. - Конечно, ожидали услышать прямо противоположное.

His life's work was being destroyed before his very eyes (=directly in front of him). - Дело всей его жизни гибло прямо у него на глазах (т.е. непосредственно перед ним).

His very absence is eloquent. - Само его отсутствие знаменательно.

It's very kind of you to help. - С вашей стороны очень любезно помочь.

I feel a lot betterthank you very much. - Мне намного лучше, — большое спасибо.

I'm very, very (=used for emphasis) pleased you can come. - Я очень-очень (повторение используется для усиления) рада, что вы смогли приехать.

That might provoke a riot, the very thing he was trying to avoid. - Это могло спровоцировать беспорядки, а именно их он и пытался избежать.

We only use the very best ingredients. - Мы используем только самые лучшие ингредиенты.

My sister and I were married on the very same (=exactly the same) day. - Мы с моей сестрой вступили в брак в один и тот же (т.е. в тот же самый) день.

You'd better start doing some work this very minute (=now, not later). - Вам стоит начать работать сию же минуту (т.е. сейчас, а не позже).

Those were his very words. - Именно так он и сказал, слово в слово.

His films are always very French. - Он всегда снимает типично французские фильмы. / Все его фильмы — типично французские.

The traffic's moving very slowly this morning. - Сегодня утром транспорт движется уж очень медленно.

By its very nature, capitalism involves exploitation of the worker. - По самой своей природе, капитализм неизбежно влечёт за собой эксплуатацию рабочих.

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Связанные термины:

not very: Not very is used with an adjective or adverb to say that something is not at all true, or that it is true only to a small degree .

very edge: The edge of something is the place or line where it stops, or the part of it that is furthest from the middle.

very good: Very good is used to tell someone in authority that you agree to carry out a suggestion or order.

very much: You use very much to emphasize that someone or something has a lot of a particular quality, or that the description you are about to give is particularly accurate .

very well: Very well is used to say that you agree to do something or you accept someone's answer, even though you might not be completely satisfied with it.

Very light: a coloured flare fired from a special pistol ( Very pistol ) for signalling at night, esp at sea

very nature: The nature of something is its basic quality or character.

Very pistol: a special pistol which fires coloured flares for signalling at night, esp at sea

very reason: The reason for something is a fact or situation which explains why it happens or what causes it to happen.

Very signal: a colored flare fired from a special pistol ( Very pistol ) for signaling at night

Very Reverend: a title of respect for a variety of ecclesiastical officials, such as deans and the superiors of some religious houses

very existence: The existence of something is the fact that it is present in the world as a real thing.

very much so: The expression very much so is an emphatic way of answering 'yes' to something or saying that it is true or correct .

all very well: You use all very well to suggest that you do not really approve of something or you think that it is unreasonable .

the very devil: something very difficult or awkward

the very fact: Very is used to give emphasis to an adjective or adverb .

the very idea!: that is preposterous, unreasonable, etc

the very beginning: The beginning of an event or process is the first part of it.

the very notion: A notion is an idea or belief about something.

very low frequency: a radio-frequency band or radio frequency lying between 3 and 30 kilohertz

very high frequency: a radio-frequency band or radio frequency lying between 30 and 300 megahertz

cannot very well do: If you say that you cannot very well do something, you mean that it would not be right or possible to do it.

the bitter/very end: If you do something to the bitter end or to the very end, you continue to do it for as long as you can, although it may be very unpleasant or dangerous .

the same/the very same: You say ' the same ' or ' the very same ' in reply to someone's question when you are saying that they have identified a person or thing correctly.

under one's (very) nose: in plain view

very large crude carrier: See VLCC

very large-scale integration: the process of fabricating a few thousand logic gates or more in a single integrated circuit

just the thing/the very thing: If you say that something is just the thing or is the very thing, you are emphasizing that it is exactly what is wanted or needed.

VHF: VHF is used to refer to a range of frequencies that is often used for transmitting radio broadcasts in stereo . VHF is an abbreviation for 'very high frequency'.

VLF: very low frequency

vic: vicinity

VLSI: very large-scale integration

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Однокоренные слова:

verify - проверять, подтверждать, удостоверять, исполнять
verily - истинно, поистине
verity - истина, истинность, правда, правдивость
version - версия, вариант, текст, перевод, переводить
revery - каждый, всякий, всякий, всевозможный, каждый, все

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