very

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.

Very vs Curiously - What's the difference?

very | curiously | Related terms |

Very is a related term of curiously.


As adverbs the difference between very and curiously

is that very is to a great extent or degree; extremely; exceedingly while curiously is in a curious manner.

As an adjective very

is true, real, actual.

Distinctly vs Very - What's the difference?

distinctly | very |


As adverbs the difference between distinctly and very

is that distinctly is in a distinct manner while very is to a great extent or degree; extremely; exceedingly.

As an adjective very is

true, real, actual.

Very vs Good - What's the difference?

very | good |


As an adjective very

is true, real, actual.

As an adverb very

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

As a proper noun good is

.

Quiet vs Very - What's the difference?

quiet | very |


As adjectives the difference between quiet and very

is that quiet is with little or no sound; free from of disturbing noise while very is true, real, actual.

As a verb quiet

is to become quiet, silent, still, tranquil, calm.

As a noun quiet

is the absence of sound; quietness.

As an adverb very is

to a great extent or degree; extremely; exceedingly.

Very vs Intensely - What's the difference?

very | intensely | Related terms |

Very is a related term of intensely.


As adverbs the difference between very and intensely

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

As an adjective very

is true, real, actual.

Very vs Singularly - What's the difference?

very | singularly | Related terms |

Very is a related term of singularly.


As adverbs the difference between very and singularly

is that very is to a great extent or degree; extremely; exceedingly while singularly is in a singular manner.

As an adjective very

is true, real, actual.

Very vs Exactly - What's the difference?

very | exactly | Related terms |

Very is a related term of exactly.


As adverbs the difference between very and exactly

is that very is to a great extent or degree; extremely; exceedingly while exactly is (manner) without approximation; precisely.

As an adjective very

is true, real, actual.

As an interjection exactly is

(signifies agreement or recognition).

Change vs Very - What's the difference?

change | very |


As a noun change

is (lb) change.

As an adjective very is

true, real, actual.

As an adverb very is

to a great extent or degree; extremely; exceedingly.

Plenty vs Very - What's the difference?

plenty | very |


As a proper noun plenty

is a village in saskatchewan, canada.

As an adjective very is

true, real, actual.

As an adverb very is

to a great extent or degree; extremely; exceedingly.

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