very

Literally vs Very - What's the difference?

literally | very |


As adverbs the difference between literally and very

is that literally is (speech act) word for word; not figuratively; not as an idiom or metaphor while very is to a great extent or degree; extremely; exceedingly.

As an adjective very is

true, real, actual.

Tight vs Very - What's the difference?

tight | very |


As adjectives the difference between tight and very

is that tight is firmly held together; compact; not loose or open while very is true, real, actual.

As adverbs the difference between tight and very

is that tight is firmly, so as not to come loose easily while very is to a great extent or degree; extremely; exceedingly.

As a verb tight

is (obsolete) to tighten.

Very vs Severe - What's the difference?

very | severe |


As adjectives the difference between very and severe

is that very is true, real, actual while severe is severe, harsh.

As an adverb very

is to a great extent or degree; extremely; exceedingly.

Very vs Especially - What's the difference?

very | especially | Related terms |

Very is a related term of especially.


As adverbs the difference between very and especially

is that very is to a great extent or degree; extremely; exceedingly while especially is (lb) in a special manner; specially.

As an adjective very

is true, real, actual.

Full vs Very - What's the difference?

full | very | Synonyms |

Full is a synonym of very.


As adjectives the difference between full and very

is that full is foul, rotten while very is true, real, actual.

As an adverb very is

to a great extent or degree; extremely; exceedingly.

Very vs Unnaturally - What's the difference?

very | unnaturally | Related terms |

Very is a related term of unnaturally.


As adverbs the difference between very and unnaturally

is that very is to a great extent or degree; extremely; exceedingly while unnaturally is in an unnatural manner.

As an adjective very

is true, real, actual.

Very vs Unusually - What's the difference?

very | unusually | Related terms |

Very is a related term of unusually.


As adverbs the difference between very and unusually

is that very is to a great extent or degree; extremely; exceedingly while unusually is in an unusual manner.

As an adjective very

is true, real, actual.

Exceptionally vs Very - What's the difference?

exceptionally | very |


As adverbs the difference between exceptionally and very

is that exceptionally is to an unusual, remarkable or exceptional degree while very is to a great extent or degree; extremely; exceedingly.

As an adjective very is

true, real, actual.

Very vs Incredibly - What's the difference?

very | incredibly |


As adverbs the difference between very and incredibly

is that very is to a great extent or degree; extremely; exceedingly while incredibly is (manner) in an incredible manner; not to be believed.

As an adjective very

is true, real, actual.

Immense vs Very - What's the difference?

immense | very |


As adjectives the difference between immense and very

is that immense is huge, gigantic, very large while very is true, real, actual.

As an adverb very is

to a great extent or degree; extremely; exceedingly.

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