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  • very — [adj] real, exact actual, appropriate, authentic, bare, bona fide, correct, especial, express, genuine, ideal, identical, indubitable, mere, model, perfect, plain, precise, pure, right, same, selfsame, sheer, simple, special, sure enough, true,… …   New thesaurus

  • acutely — [[t]əkju͟ːtli[/t]] 1) ADV GRADED: ADV adj, ADV with v If you feel or notice something acutely, you feel or notice it very strongly. He was acutely aware of the odour of cooking oil... Those tensions have been felt most acutely by women. Syn:… …   English dictionary

  • acutely — a|cute|ly [əˈkju:tli] adv feeling or noticing something very strongly acutely aware/conscious (of/that) ▪ Students are becoming acutely aware that they need more than just paper qualifications. ▪ acutely embarrassed …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • acutely — a|cute|ly [ ə kjutli ] adverb used for emphasizing that a feeling, often an unpleasant one, is very strong: memories that were acutely painful acutely aware: He was acutely aware of his public image …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • acutely — adverb very strongly or painfully: acutely embarrassed | acutely aware/conscious: The president is acutely conscious of the need for more doctors and nurses …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • acutely — UK [əˈkjuːtlɪ] / US [əˈkjutlɪ] adverb used for emphasizing that a feeling, often an unpleasant one, is very strong memories that were acutely painful acutely aware: He was acutely aware of his public image …   English dictionary

  • acutely — adverb our trust in you has become acutely shaken Syn: extremely, exceedingly, very, markedly, severely, intensely, deeply, profoundly, keenly, painfully, desperately, tremendously, enormously, thoroughly, heartily; informal awfully, terribly;… …   Thesaurus of popular words

  • acutely — [əˈkjuːtli] adv used for emphasizing that a feeling is very strong He was acutely aware of his public image.[/ex] …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • very — 1. adverb that s very kind of you Syn: extremely, exceedingly, exceptionally, extraordinarily, tremendously, immensely, hugely, intensely, acutely, abundantly, singularly, uncommonly, decidedly, particularly, supremely, highly, remarkably, real …   Thesaurus of popular words

  • very — 1. adverb that s very kind of you Syn: extremely, exceedingly, exceptionally, extraordinarily, tremendously, immensely, acutely, abundantly, singularly, decidedly, highly, remarkably, really; informal awfully, terribly, majorly, seriously, mega …   Synonyms and antonyms dictionary

  • very — Synonyms and related words: a bit, a little, absolutely, actually, acutely, almighty, almost, altogether, awful, awfully, bare, barest, big, bleeding, bloody, bona fide, certainly, completely, correct, crazy, damned, danged, darned, de facto,… …   Moby Thesaurus

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