English translation of अत्यंत
अत्यंतPowered by COBUILD /atyanta/
Definitions and Translations
/atyanta, atyant, tyanta, tyant, atynta, atynt, tynta, tynt/
1. acutely adverb
⇒ It was an acutely uncomfortable journey.
2. exceedingly adverb
Exceedingly means very much indeed. [old-fashioned]
⇒ ...an exceedingly good lunch.
3. fearfully adverb
⇒ It's fearfully expensive!
4. gross adjective before noun
You use gross to emphasize the degree to which something is unacceptable or unpleasant.
⇒ The remark was a gross insult to workers.
5. hauntingly adverb
⇒ The ancient town is hauntingly beautiful.
6. highly adverb
You use highly to indicate that someone has an important position in an organization or set of people.
⇒ ...a highly important government official.
7. highly adverb
You use highly to emphasize that a particular quality exists to a great degree.
⇒ ...highly confidential information. ⇒ ...highly skilled craftsmen.
8. hugely adverb
⇒ ...a hugely successful career.
9. mighty adverb
Mighty means very. [Am, informal]
⇒ You look mighty pretty tonight.
10. precious (in phrases)
If you say that there is precious little of something, you are emphasizing that there is very little of it, and that it would be better if there were more.
⇒ They have had precious little to celebrate. ⇒ The Government has precious few options left.
11. quite adverb
You use quite to indicate that something is the case to a fairly great extent. Quite is less emphatic than 'very' and 'extremely'.
⇒ I felt quite bitter about it at the time. ⇒ I was quite a long way away. ⇒ I quite enjoy living here.
12. wildly adjective
You use wildly to emphasize the degree, amount, or intensity of something.
⇒ The two victims have wildly different stories of what happened. ⇒ The island's hotels vary wildly.
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Translation of अत्यंत from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary