very 是什么意思

very的中文意思是: 非常

very例句大全

  1. It's always very, very foggy , very, very dense.

    天空总是有非常非常多的雾,且雾总是非常非常稠密。

  2. You all look very, very, very, very nervous and disappointed.

    你们看上去都很紧张和失望。

  3. It is very, very, very big and it's a very famous wall.

    它非常,非常,非常大并且它是一堵非常著名的墙。

  4. Because he's a very, very, very old man.

    因为他是个很老很老很老的老人了。

  5. I have very, very, very low body fat .

    我的身体脂肪很低,很低。

  6. He felt very strange, very humiliated, very downcast.

    他觉得很奇怪,很耻辱,很颓丧。

  7. She is very blunt , very straightforward and very honest

    她非常直率,很坦诚,也非常诚实。

  8. Very different value systems but both very, very successful.

    这两套价值观体系区别巨大,但是都很成功。

  9. I only take it off if I'm very, very angry or very, very HOT .

    只有当我非常非常非常的愤怒或者非常非常热的时候我才会摘掉。

  10. Puking's bad. very, very bad.

    呕吐可不好,非常不好。

  11. It's very awarding, very thrilling .

    这是最大的回报,真是令人激动。

  12. Yes, churchill's words are very eloquent, very touching , very spiritual.

    不错,邱吉尔的话非常有说服力,非常感人,非常鼓舞人心。

  13. Molina: Very good , very good.

    莫利纳:很好,很好。

  14. On top of that he's very handsome and very, very funny.

    除此之外,他非常英俊,非常,非常有趣。

  15. I had often been very fearful, very angry, and very isolated .

    我以前经常感到非常恐惧,非常愤怒,非常孤独。

  16. The lonely feeling is very bad, very beautiful , entices very much.

    寂寞的感觉很坏,很美,很诱惑。

  17. We are thirsty , very very thirsty.

    我渴了,非常非常的渴。

  18. they're being very, very quiet.

    你中招了!,他们变得非常非常安静。

  19. I have very, very sensitive gums.

    我的齿龈,很,很敏感。

  20. Very evil and very bad things.

    很不幸,很不幸的事情。

  21. So it's still very very poor.

    所以它还是很穷很穷的。

  22. Very finicky growers, very delicate fronds.

    非常挑剔的小生命,有精致的叶子。

  23. She is also very, very nervous .

    她也非常非常紧张。

  24. He came across very, very well.

    他给人的印象非常非常好。

  25. Frankie's a very * Very lucky boy.

    弗兰基是个非常非常幸运的孩子。

  26. And he became very, very suspicious.

    他变得非常、非常疑虑。

  27. The hard rock band from Finlan, I very very very love their music.

    一支来自芬兰的摇滚乐队,我非常非常非常喜欢他们的歌曲。

  28. Meihua: he is very tall, dressed very neatly and he looks very handsome.

    美华:他个子很高,穿得很整齐,长得也很帅。

  29. Because Chinese food is very delicious, not very greasy,( it is ) very nutritious.

    因为中国菜很好吃,不太油腻,很有营养。

  30. They ran very fast, attacked very hard and passed the ball very fast.

    他们跑得很快,攻势凌厉,传球迅速。

  31. And that's what its central message is: very individualistic, very doctrinal, very theological.

    也是它的核心讯息:,非常个人化,非常教条,神学性强。

  32. It's just that as Methuselah, I live a very, very, very long time.

    就和玛士萨拉一样,我活了非常非常久。

  33. She was very headstrong, and very together

    她非常倔强,又非常精干。

  34. Microscopic ( very, very small ; an amoeba )

    10.微观的(非常小:变形虫)

  35. Thunderbolt and lightning-very very frightening me.

    霹雳闪电-我非常非常可怕。

  36. She was very gushing and very effusive .

    她非常热情奔放。

  37. It's HOT out — very hot, very humid.

    外面很热——非常炎热而且非常潮湿。

  38. Resent, can be very beautiful , very beautiful ;

    怨,可以很美,很美;

  39. And I've built very, very successful companies.

    我已经创立了非常,非常成功的公司。

  40. They are very, very passionate love letters.

    那是非常非常热情的情书。

very中英翻译结果
出自:柯林斯词典

1
很,非常(用于修饰形容词或副词,表示强调)
Very is used to give emphasis to an adjective or adverb.
  1. The problem and the answer are very simple...

    问题和答案都非常简单。

  2. It is very, very strong evidence indeed...

    这的确是非常非常有力的证据。

  3. I'm very sorry...

    我很抱歉。

  4. They are getting the hang of it very quickly...

    他们很快就会找到窍门。

  5. Thank you very much...

    十分感谢你。

  6. The men were very much like my father.

    那些人很像我的父亲。

2
绝不;远非;不太;稍微
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.
  1. She's not very impressed with them...

    她对他们没什么印象。

  2. I'm not very good at explaining myself...

    我不太善于为自己辩解。

  3. It's obviously not used very much...

    很明显这个没怎么用过。

  4. 'How well do you know her?' — 'Not very.'

    “你有多了解她?”——“不太了解。”

3
显然;确实;真正地
You use very to give emphasis to an adjective that is not usually graded, when you want to say that a quality is very obvious.
  1. Janet looked very pregnant...

    珍妮特看上去显然是怀孕了。

  2. His taste strikes the English as very French...

    他的品位让英国人觉得他是个地道的法国人。

  3. If you think I'm happy with what's left, you're very wrong.

    如果你认为我对剩下的很满意,那你就大错特错了。

4
完全,最(用于修饰形容词或副词最高级,表示强调)
You use very to give emphasis to a superlative adjective or adverb. For example, if you say that something is the very best, you are emphasizing that it is the best.
  1. They will be helped by the very latest in navigation aids...

    他们将会受益于最新的导航系统。

  2. I am feeling in the very best of spirits...

    我感觉自己的精神状态绝佳。

  3. At the very least, the Government must offer some protection to mothers who fear domestic violence.

    最起码,政府必须向害怕遭受家庭暴力的母亲们提供某些保护。

5
(与某些名词连用,以确指最远的某一位置或时点)极端的
You use very with certain nouns in order to specify an extreme position or extreme point in time.
  1. At the very back of the yard, several feet from Lenny, was a wooden shack...

    在院子的最后面离伦尼几英尺远的地方有一个小木屋。

  2. I turned to the very end of the book, to read the final words...

    我翻到书的最后一页去读最后的文字。

  3. The opening of a Euro-Disneyland in the very heart of France is a potent symbol...

    欧洲迪斯尼乐园在法国首都的开业就是一个有力的标志。

  4. He was wrong from the very beginning...

    他从一开始就错了。

  5. We still do not have enough women at the very top.

    处于最高层的女性仍然不够多。

6
正是的;合适的;同样的
You use very with nouns to emphasize that something is exactly the right one or exactly the same one.
  1. Everybody says he is the very man for the case...

    每个人都说他是接手这个案子的最佳人选。

  2. She died in this very house...

    她正是在这间屋子里死去的。

  3. In my view, it only perpetuates the very problem that it sets out to cure...

    在我看来,这只会使要着手解决的问题一再拖延下去。

  4. 'Most secret', he called it. Those were his very words.

    他称之为“绝密”。这是他的原话。

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(与名词连用,强调重要性或严重性)仅仅的,唯独的,甚至于,就连
You use very with nouns to emphasize the importance or seriousness of what you are saying.
  1. At one stage his very life was in danger...

    他的生命都曾一度处于危险之中。

  2. The very basis of Indian politics has been transformed...

    甚至于印度的政治基础都被改变了。

  3. Mr Campbell said such programmes were by their very nature harmful...

    坎贝尔先生说此类节目本质上就是有害的。

  4. History is taking place before your very eyes.

    历史就在你的眼前发生。

8
好的,是(用于表示对上级的指示或命令遵照执行)
Very good is used to tell someone in authority that you agree to carry out a suggestion or order.
  1. 'Now give me some account of your voyage.' — 'Very good, sir.'

    “现在给我讲述一下你的航程吧。”——“非常乐意,先生。”

9
的确如此;千真万确
The expression very much so is an emphatic way of answering 'yes' to something or saying that it is true or correct.
  1. 'Are you enjoying your holiday?' — 'Very much so.'

    “你的假期过得愉快吗?”——“非常愉快。”

10
那好吧,行(用于表示同意或接受,即使不是完全满意)
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.
  1. 'We need proof, sir.' Another pause. Then, 'Very well.'...

    “我们需要证据,先生。”又是一个短暂停顿。然后,“那好吧。”

  2. Very well, please yourself.

    好的,你自己随意。

11
不好,不能,没法(做…)
If you say that you cannot very well do something, you mean that it would not be right or possible to do it.
  1. He couldn't very well go to her office and force her to write a check...

    他不能去她的办公室强迫她开支票。

  2. I said yes. I can't very well say no.

    我答应了。我没法拒绝。

very用法示例
出自:牛津词典

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(置于形容词、副词和限定词前)很,非常,十分,极
used before adjectives, adverbs and determiners to mean ‘in a high degree’ or ‘extremely’
2
很小
very small
3
极快
very quickly
4
很少有人知道那件事。
Very few people know that.
5
非常感谢。
Thanks very much.
6
“你喜欢吗?”“是的,我喜欢,非常喜欢。”
‘Do you like it?’ ‘Yeah, I do. Very much .’
7
“这是你所期望的吗?”“啊,是的,非常期望如此。”
‘Is it what you expected?’ ‘Oh yes, very much so .’
8
“你忙吗?”“不太忙。”
‘Are you busy?’ ‘Not very.’
9
这座新建筑物是人见人夸。
The new building has been very much admired.
10
我觉得并不怎么样。
I'm not very (= not at all) impressed.
11
我万分感激。
I'm very very grateful.
12
(强调形容词最高级或置于own前)完全,十足
used to emphasize a superlative adjective or before own
13
他们要最好的质量。
They wanted the very best quality.
14
至迟不要超过六点到达那里。
Be there by six at the very latest .
15
他终于有了完全属于他自己的汽车。
At last he had his very own car (= belonging to him and to nobody else) .
16
完全同样;完全同一
exactly the same
17
马里奥说的完全是同一件事。
Mario said the very same thing.
18
(特指人或事物)正是的,恰好的,同一的
used to emphasize that you are talking about a particular thing or person and not about another
19
这些都是她的原话。
Those were her very words.
20
他也许这会儿正在给她打电话呢。
He might be phoning her at this very moment .
21
那正是我需要的东西。
That's the very thing I need.
22
(强调极限的地点或时间)最…的,极端的,十足的
used to emphasize an extreme place or time
23
这事发生在书的一开头。
It happens at the very beginning of the book.
24
(加强名词的语气)仅仅的,唯独的,甚至于
used to emphasize a noun
25
他一想到酒就觉得恶心。
The very thought of drink made him feel sick.
26
“那事我可不能干!”她一听到这个想法便吃惊地倒抽着冷气。
‘I can't do that!’ she gasped, appalled at the very idea .
27
当着某人的面;就在某人的眼皮底下
in sb's presence; in front of sb
28
他曾看到他毕生的劳动成果就在自己的眼前毁于一旦。
He had seen his life's work destroyed before his very eyes.
29
very与形容词、作形容词的过去分词或副词连用:
Very is used with adjectives, past participles used as adjectives, and adverbs.
30
我很饿。
I am very hungry.
31
收到你的信我非常高兴。
I was very pleased to get your letter.
32
你演得很好。
You played very well.
33
但注意:
But notice this use
34
我非常担忧(very much afraid)你儿子可能在这罪案中受到牵连。
I’m very much afraid that your son may be involved in the crime.
35
含被动意义的过去分词不与very连用,而通常用much、very much或greatly(正式用语):
Very is not used with past participles that have a passive meaning. Much , very much or greatly (formal) are usually used instead.
36
非常感谢您的帮助。
Your help was very much appreciated.
37
他深受大家的爱戴。
He was much loved by everyone.
38
她很受赞赏。
She was greatly admired.
39
very用以强调形容词最高级:
Very is used to emphasize superlative adjectives.
40
我最好的工作
my very best work
41
这些最小的孩子
the very youngest children
42
形容词比较级则用much、very much、a lot等:
However, with comparative adjectives much , very much , a lot , etc. are used.
43
你的工作要好得多。
Your work is very much better.
44
小得多的孩子
much younger children
45
含极端意义的形容词和副词不用very,而常用absolutely、completely等副词:
Very is not used with adjectives and adverbs that already have an extreme meaning. You are more likely to use an adverb such as absolutely , completely , etc.
46
她愤怒极了。
She was absolutely furious.
47
我完全筋疲力尽了。
I’m completely exhausted.
48
你的表现真是棒极了。
You played really brilliantly.
49
动词不用very,而用very much:
Very is not used with verbs. Use very much instead.
50
我们非常喜欢待在你这里。
We enjoyed staying with you very much.
very英语释义
出自:WordNet

1
used as intensifiers;`real' is sometimes used informally for `really';`rattling' is informal
例子:
  1. she was very gifted
  2. he played very well
  3. a really enjoyable evening
  4. I'm real sorry about it
  5. a rattling good yarn

近义词: really,real,rattling

2
precisely so
例子:
  1. on the very next page
  2. he expected the very opposite