Definition of 'extremely'
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Affordable cover for older dogs can also be extremely hard to find. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It is extremely good and getting better. The Sun (2016)They will have done extremely well out of this. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Images range from the iconic to the extremely rare. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It was an extremely difficult time in my career. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Did they do the basics extremely well? Times, Sunday Times (2016)It makes wonderful people extremely difficult to look after. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We have worked extremely hard to get into this position and we want to hang on to it. The Sun (2017)We are making extremely good progress. Times, Sunday Times (2016)You played for one team back then, but that is extremely rare now. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Jersey is an incredibly safe island and incidents of this nature are an extremely rare occurrence. The Sun (2011)It varies from the extremely good to the extremely bad. Times, Sunday Times (2013)He said the task is extraordinarily complex and that he has worked extremely hard. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Needless to say they got along extremely well. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Until now this has been extremely difficult because when lifted it comes up with adhesive and concrete. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It is extremely rare to get a personalised one. The Sun (2013)It is an extremely good day out. Times, Sunday Times (2012)All their lives they worked extremely hard. Times, Sunday Times (2010)He has captained the team extremely well in these past two years. The Sun (2016)The problems these two individuals experienced were extremely difficult. Banish Anxiety - how to stop worrying and take charge of your life (1991)He is now spoiling an extremely good programme. Times, Sunday Times (2012)He appears to have taken his races extremely well. The Sun (2008)It is extremely difficult to verify these accounts. Times, Sunday Times (2014)France are an extremely difficult team to play against. Times, Sunday Times (2007)It is extremely hard to write an amusing book about art that has some serious things to say. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Some appeared to be managing expectations by warning that the race had become extremely close and difficult to call. Times, Sunday Times (2011)But they are still extremely rare. The Sun (2009)You have to compete extremely hard. Times, Sunday Times (2006)She was also extremely good company. COURTESANS (2003)But now it will extremely hard. The Sun (2006)Winning medals on an Olympic debut in sailing is now extremely rare. Times, Sunday Times (2012)But it was not considered risky because side-effects were so extremely rare. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It was a sad storyline, handled extremely well. The Sun (2010)
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Translations for 'extremely'
British English: 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.
- American English: extremely
- Arabic: جِدَّاً
- Brazilian Portuguese: extremamente
- Chinese: 极端地
- Croatian: izuzetno
- Czech: nesmírně
- Danish: ekstremt
- Dutch: uiterst
- European Spanish: extremadamente muy
- Finnish: äärimmäisen
- French: extrêmement
- German: äußerst
- Greek: άκρως
- Italian: estremamente
- Japanese: 極度に
- Korean: 극도로
- Norwegian: ekstremt
- Polish: nadzwyczaj
- European Portuguese: extremamente
- Romanian: foartedeosebit de
- Russian: чрезвычайно
- Spanish: extremadamente
- Swedish: extremt
- Thai: อย่างมาก
- Turkish: aşırı derecede
- Ukrainian: украй
- Vietnamese: vô cùng
Definition of extremely from the Collins English Dictionary
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