Extremely - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ɪkˈstriːmli|  American pronunciation of the word extremely
Brit.  |ɪkˈstriːmli|  British pronunciation of the word extremely

adverb

- to a high degree or extent; favorably or with much respect(syn: highly)

extremely interesting

- to an extreme degree(syn: deathly, exceedingly, super)

extremely cold
extremely unpleasant

Examples

Earthquakes are extremely difficult to predict.

I'm extremely sorry to have troubled you.

All of the marathoners are extremely lean.

The watch is extremely valuable.

The final scene was extremely violent.

The great bulk of these people are extremely poor.

We've had an extremely harsh winter.

She has faced some extremely harsh criticism.

E-mail correspondence has become extremely important for modern businesses.

...DDT has been proven to be extremely harmful to the environment....

She was extremely depressed after her marriage crumbled.

...an extremely serious scientist who is not much given to dalliance or idle chitchat...

It was an extremely eventful period in American history.

...the landscaping company usually has to put most of its personnel on furlough during the extremely slow winter months...

He's an extremely gifted student.

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