简明英汉词典

very
[5veri]
adv.
很, 甚, 及其, 非常, 完全
adj.
真正的, 真实的, 恰好的, 绝对的, 十足的, 特别的

基本词义

Very
[5veri]
维利(姓氏)

美国传统词典[双解]

very
ver.y
AHD:[vμr“?]
D.J.[6veri8]
K.K.[6vWri]
adv.(副词)

(1)

In a high degree; extremely:
很,极其:程度高;非常:
very happy; very much admired.
非常高兴;深受爱戴

(2)

Truly; absolutely:
真正地;完全地:
the very best advice; attended the very same schools.
最好的建议;在同一所的学校上学

(3)

Very Abbr. v., V.Used in titles:
Very 缩写 v.V.用于称谓:
the Very Reverend Jane Smith.
受人尊敬的简·史密斯
adj.(形容词)
ver.i.erver.i.est

(1)

Complete; absolute:
完整的;绝对的:
at the very end of his career; the very opposite.
在他职业生涯的最未期;正对面

(2)

Being the identical one; selfsame:
一样的;同一的:
the very question she asked yesterday.See Synonyms at same
她昨天问的同一个问题参见 same

(3)

Used to emphasize the importance of the thing named:
最大程度的:用来强调所指示的东西的重要性的:
“The very essence of artistic expression is invention”(Irving R. Kaufman)
“文学措辞的最重要精华就是创意”(欧文R.考夫曼)

(4)

Being particularly suitable or appropriate:
正是那个的:特别适合或者恰当的:
the very item needed to increase sales.
恰需要增大销量的那个项目

(5)

Being precisely as stated:
恰好的,非常适当的:
the very center of town.
城镇的中心

(6)

Mere:
仅仅的:
The very thought is frightening.
光是想就令人害怕

(7)

Actual:
确实的:
caught in the very act of stealing.
正在行窃时被擒住

(8)

Genuine; true:
真的;真实的:
“Like very sanctity, she did approach”(Shakespeare)
“非常虔诚地,她真的接近了”(莎士比亚)

语源

(1)

Middle English verrai
中古英语 verrai

(2)

from Old French verai [true]
源自 古法语 verai [真实的]

(3)

from Vulgar Latin *v?3cus}
源自 俗拉丁语 *v?3cus}

(4)

from Latin v?3x} v?r3c-
源自 拉丁语 v?3x} v?r3c-

(5)

from Latin v?s * see w?ro-
源自 拉丁语 v?s *参见 w?ro-

用法

(1)

In general usage very is not used alone to modify a past participle. Thus we may say of a book, for example, that it has been very much praised, very much criticized, very much applauded, or whatever, but not that it has been very praised, very criticized, or very applauded. However, many past participle forms do double duty as adjectives, in which case modification by a bare very, or by analogous adverbs such as quite, is acceptable: there can be no objection to phrases such as a very creased handkerchief, a very celebrated singer, or a very polished performance. In some cases there is disagreement as to whether a particular participle can be used properly as an adjective: over the years objections have been raised as to the use of very by itself with delighted, interested, annoyed, pleased, disappointed, and irritated. All these words are now well established as adjectives, as indicated by the fact that they can be used attributively (
在一般用法中very 不是仅用来修辞过去分词。 因此我们可说,例如一本书是very much praised, very much criticized, very much applauded(深受推崇的,深受批评的,深受赞扬的) 或者任意什么, 但是不说它被very praised, very criticized(很推崇的,深受批评的) 或 very applauded(深受赞扬)。 然而,许多过去分词有形容词的双重功能,只用very 或者类似的副词比如 quite 来进行格的修饰是可以接受的: 对于一些词组例如a very creased handkerchief, a very celebrated singer(特别皱的手帕,很知名的歌手) 或者 a very polished performance(优美的演出) 不会有异议。 有时对于是否能用一个特定的分词来做形容词的问题有些分歧:许多年来对于把very 与 delighted, interested, annoyed, pleased, disappointed(高兴 的,有兴趣的,生气的,高兴的,失望的) 和 irritated(发怒的) 在一起连用有些异议。 现在这些词都已被确定下来当作形容词使用,这已被它们可以当作定语的事实证明(
a delighted audience,
执着的观众,
a pleased look,
高兴的表情,
a disappointed young man)
垂头丧气的年轻人),

(2)

as well as by other syntactic criteria. But the status of other participles is still in flux. Some speakers accept phrases such as very appreciated, very astonished, or very heartened, while others prefer alternatives using very much. What is more, some participles allow treatment as adjectives in one sense but not another: one may speak of a very inflated reputation, for example, but not, ordinarily, of a very inflated balloon. As a result, there is no sure way to tell which participles may be modified by a bare very —syntactic tests such as the use of the participle as an attributive adjective will themselves yield different judgments for different speakers—and writers must trust their ears. When in doubt, the use of very much is generally the safer alternative.
也可以由其它句法标准衡量。但是其它分词的位置还仍旧在变动,一些人同意例如very appreciated, very astonished(非常欣赏的,非常惊讶的) 或者 very heartened(极受鼓舞的) 这样的词组, 而另一些人喜欢选择使very much (非常的) 这种用法。 另外,有些分词允许在某些意义上用作形容词,但不能用在其它意义上:例如一个人可以说a very inflated reputation(很好的名誉) ,但一般不说 a very inflated balloon(很鼓的气球)。 这样一来,就很难辨别哪一个分词能只用very 修饰——句法测验, 例如作为一个定语形容词的分词用法,对于不同的说话者能产生不同的判断——作者必须相信他们的耳朵。当有疑问时,very much 的用法通常是一个比较安全的选择

现代英汉词典

very
[5verI]
adv.

(1)

很,非常
very quickly
很快
a very good cake
很好吃的蛋糕
a very exciting book
一本非常有趣的书
She was very hurt by his unkind words.
他出言不逊,使她十分伤心。
She was very much interested in what I said.
她对我说的话非常感兴趣。

(2)

最,极
This is the very lowest price.
这是最低的价格。

词性变化

very
adj.
verier, veriest
(加强语气)就是,正是
The very idea of cheating people again is distasteful to him.
他一想到还要欺骗人就感到很不是滋味。
That's the very thing I've been looking for.
那正是我要找的东西。
The criminal was caught in the very act.
罪犯当场被捕。

现代英汉综合大辞典

very
[5veri]
adv.

(1)

[用于修饰形容词、副词或分词]很, 甚, 极其, 非常

(2)

[常用于形容词最高级前, 以加强语气]最大程度地; 完全, 充分; 真正地

(3)

[与own连用, 以加强所有]

(4)

[not very][表示语气的委婉]不太, 不大, 不怎么样
very fine
[常用作反语]好极了, 好啊
very good
(表示同意、赞许等)很好(较客气的用语)
very well
好吧(常带点勉强的口吻)
very high frequency
【信】甚高频(略 V. H. F., v. h. f.)
very low frequency
【信】甚低频(略 V. L. F., v. l. f.)
in the very same place
就在同一个地方
the very best quality
最好的质量
I will do the very best I can.
我一定尽最大的努力去做。
I am not very fond of music.
我不太喜欢音乐。
V-well, if you insist.
如果你坚持的话, 就这样吧。

词性变化

very
[5veri]
adj.

(1)

同一的

(2)

真正的, 恰好的

(3)

(=mere)甚至...都; 就连...也; 仅仅的

(4)

十足的, 绝对的, 完全的

(5)

特别的, 特殊的

(6)

[用于加强语气, 和 the, this, that 或my, your, his等连用]正是那个; 正是所要的; 恰好的; 甚至

(7)

[修饰作名词用的 many, few, littel等]很, 非常
my very oun
绝对是[完全是, 实在是]我自己的
Your very presence will do.
你只要出席就可以了。
He is the very man that came yesterday.
他正是昨天来的那个人。
He was caught in the very act of stealing.
他正在偷东西时当场被捕。
The very thought of failing in the English examination frightens me.
甚至想到英语考试(可能)不及格我就害怕。
The veriest coward would accept the challenge.
就是那最懦弱的胆小鬼也会接受这种挑战。

基本词义

Very
[5veri]
n.
维利(姓氏)
Very light (=Very signal)
(用信号手枪射出的)维利式色光信号(弹)
Very pistol
维利式信号手枪

用法词典

very
来自中古英语 verai 真<拉丁语 verus 真

英文相关词典

very
exceedingly    extremely    greatly    intensely    much    pretty    quite    

[七国语言]英汉公共大词典

very
很;非常

美国传统词典

very
ver.y
AHD:[vμr“?]
D.J.[6veri8]
K.K.[6vWri]
adv.

(1)

In a high degree; extremely:
very happy; very much admired.

(2)

Truly; absolutely:
the very best advice; attended the very same schools.

(3)

Very Abbr. v., V.Used in titles:
the Very Reverend Jane Smith.
adj.
ver.i.er, ver.i.est

(1)

Complete; absolute:
at the very end of his career; the very opposite.

(2)

Being the identical one; selfsame:
the very question she asked yesterday.See Synonyms at same

(3)

Used to emphasize the importance of the thing named:
“The very essence of artistic expression is invention”(Irving R. Kaufman)

(4)

Being particularly suitable or appropriate:
the very item needed to increase sales.

(5)

Being precisely as stated:
the very center of town.

(6)

Mere:
The very thought is frightening.

(7)

Actual:
caught in the very act of stealing.

(8)

Genuine; true:
“Like very sanctity, she did approach”(Shakespeare)

语源

(1)

Middle English verrai

(2)

from Old French verai [true]

(3)

from Vulgar Latin *v?3cus}

(4)

from Latin v?3x} v?r3c-

(5)

from Latin v?s * see w?ro-

用法

(1)

In general usage very is not used alone to modify a past participle. Thus we may say of a book, for example, that it has been very much praised, very much criticized, very much applauded, or whatever, but not that it has been very praised, very criticized, or very applauded. However, many past participle forms do double duty as adjectives, in which case modification by a bare very, or by analogous adverbs such as quite, is acceptable: there can be no objection to phrases such as a very creased handkerchief, a very celebrated singer, or a very polished performance. In some cases there is disagreement as to whether a particular participle can be used properly as an adjective: over the years objections have been raised as to the use of very by itself with delighted, interested, annoyed, pleased, disappointed, and irritated. All these words are now well established as adjectives, as indicated by the fact that they can be used attributively (
a delighted audience,
a pleased look,
a disappointed young man)

(2)

as well as by other syntactic criteria. But the status of other participles is still in flux. Some speakers accept phrases such as very appreciated, very astonished, or very heartened, while others prefer alternatives using very much. What is more, some participles allow treatment as adjectives in one sense but not another: one may speak of a very inflated reputation, for example, but not, ordinarily, of a very inflated balloon. As a result, there is no sure way to tell which participles may be modified by a bare very —syntactic tests such as the use of the participle as an attributive adjective will themselves yield different judgments for different speakers—and writers must trust their ears. When in doubt, the use of very much is generally the safer alternative.

英汉航空大词典

very
n.非常,很

英汉化学大词典

very
adv.很,极,完全

英汉海运大词典

very
非常

基本词义

very
很,极其,非常

基本词义

very
很每个

英汉计算机大词典

very
adv.很(极,完全

英汉建筑大词典

very
n.很,非常

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