very much

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very much (not comparable)

  1. Extremely. (Used to modify a verb. To modify an adjective or an adverb, very is used.)
    His two cousins are very much alike.
    I am very much aware you'd very much like to see me again.
    That town was still very much a simple farming community, but something was very much the matter.
  2. Indeed.
    • 2015 March 4, Louise Taylor, The Guardian[1]:
      An apparent first-half spitting contest between Papiss Cissé and Jonny Evans provided unwanted controversy on a night when Ashley Young’s late winner kept Manchester United’s hopes of Champions League qualification very much alive.


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