English translation of 'estremamente'
'estremamente' in Other Languages
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
British English: exceedingly ADVERB
Exceedingly means very or very much.
We had an exceedingly good lunch.
British English: vastly ADVERB
Vastly means to an extremely great degree or extent.
The jury has heard two vastly different accounts.
British English: wildly ADVERB
You use wildly to emphasize the degree, amount, or intensity of something.
Reports of his drinking have been wildly exaggerated.
Translation of estremamente from the Collins Italian to English Dictionary