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very

📝 Description
"Very" is an adverb in English that's used to emphasize adjectives or adverbs. It can heighten the degree of a certain quality (like size, amount, or extent). For instance, "You're very smart" signifies a high degree of intelligence. It's derived from the Middle English term "verray," meaning true or real.
📝 Example Sentence
"Very often, we underestimate the power of a simple smile to brighten someone's day."
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