English translation of अत्यधिक
अत्यधिकPowered by COBUILD /atyadhika/
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/atyadhika, atyadhik, tyadhika, tyadhik, atydhika, atydhik, tydhika, tydhik/
1. dead adverb
Dead is sometimes used to mean very. [informal] ⇒ His poems are dead boring.
2. death (in phrases)
You use to death after an adjective or a verb to emphasize the action, state, or feeling mentioned. ⇒ The fans love him to death. ⇒ I went out last night, but not for very long. I was bored to death.
3. excessive adjective
If something is excessive, it is too great in amount or degree. ⇒ ...the use of excessive force by police.
4. extravagant adjective
Extravagant behaviour is extreme behaviour that is often done for a particular effect. ⇒ ...extravagant generosity.
5. extreme adjective
You use extreme to describe situations and behaviour which are much more severe or unusual than you would expect. ⇒ 'I would never do anything so extreme,' she said.
6. frightful adjective before noun
Frightful is used to emphasize the extent or degree of something. [old-fashioned] ⇒ It was a frightful shock for everyone.
7. 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.
8. heart (in phrases)
If you feel or believe something with all your heart, you feel or believe it very strongly. ⇒ I love my family with all my heart.
9. heavily adverb
You can use heavily to indicate that something is great in amount, degree, or intensity. ⇒ He was bleeding heavily. ⇒ The newspaper was heavily criticised.
10. high adjective, adverb
High means great in amount, degree, or intensity. ⇒ Official reports said casualties were high. ⇒ High winds have knocked down trees. ⇒ Unemployment figures will rise even higher.
11. highly adverb
You use highly to emphasize that a particular quality exists to a great degree. ⇒ ...highly confidential information. ⇒ ...highly skilled craftsmen.
12. incredibly adverb ⇒ It was incredibly hard work.
13. inordinate adjective
If you describe something as inordinate, you are emphasizing that it is much greater than expected. [formal] ⇒ ...their inordinate number of pets.
14. inordinately adverb ⇒ He is inordinately proud of his wife.
15. most adverb
You use most to emphasize an adjective or adverb. [formal] ⇒ I believe he is most seriously ill.
16. prohibitively adverb ⇒ Meat was prohibitively expensive.
17. prohibitive adjective
If something's cost is prohibitive, it is so high that many people cannot afford it. ⇒ ...the prohibitive cost of childcare.
18. steep adjective
A steep increase is very big.
19. stiff adverb
If you are bored stiff, worried stiff, or scared stiff, you are extremely bored, worried, or scared. [informal]
20. supremely adverb ⇒ We are supremely confident because we have so much skill and experience.
21. undue adjective before noun
If you describe something bad as undue, you mean that it is greater or more extreme than you think is reasonable. ⇒ We do not wish to cause any undue suffering.
22. vastly adverb
Vastly means to an extremely great degree or extent. ⇒ ...two vastly different accounts of what happened.
23. vengeance (in phrases)
If you say that something happens with a vengeance, you are emphasizing that it happens to a great extent. ⇒ It began to rain again with a vengeance.
24. very adverb
Very is used to give emphasis to an adjective or adverb. ⇒ The problem and the answer are very simple. ⇒ Thank you very much.
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