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Übersetzungen für extremely
Britisches Englisch: extremely /ɪkˈstriːmlɪ/ ADVERB
You use extremely in front of adjectives and adverbs to emphasize that the specified quality is present to a very great degree.
My mobile phone is extremely useful.
- Amerikanisches Englisch: extremely
- Arabisch: جِدَّاً
- Brasilianisches Portugiesisch: extremamente
- Chinesisch: 极端地
- Kroatisch: izuzetno
- Tschechisch: nesmírně
- Dänisch: ekstremt
- Niederländisch: uiterst
- Europäisches Spanisch: extremadamente muy
- Finnisch: äärimmäisen
- Französisch: extrêmement
- Deutsch: äußerst
- Griechisch: άκρως
- Italienisch: estremamente
- Japanisch: 極度に
- Koreanisch: 극도로
- Norwegisch: ekstremt
- Polnisch: nadzwyczaj
- Europäisches Portugiesisch: extremamente
- Rumänisch: foartedeosebit de
- Russisch: чрезвычайно
- Spanisch: extremadamente
- Schwedisch: extremt
- Thai: อย่างมาก
- Türkisch: aşırı derecede
- Ukrainisch: украй
- Vietnamesisch: vô cùng
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