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Dictionary English German: [extremely]

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English German
abysmal {adj} [extremely bad]
658
miserabel
vile {adj} [extremely unpleasant]
591
widerlich
ravenous {adj} [extremely rapacious, uncontrollable, unrestrained]
418
unbändig [überaus groß / stark; ungestüm]
eminently {adv} [extremely]
344
überaus
eminently {adv} [extremely]
331
äußerst
doting {adj} [extremely and uncritically fond of someone]
324
vernarrt [bes. Eltern oder Großeltern in Bezug auf ihre Kinder bzw. Enkel]
eminently {adv} [extremely]
311
ausgesprochen
abysmal {adj} [coll.] [extremely bad]
282
unterirdisch [ugs.] [extrem schlecht]
abysmal {adj} [extremely bad]
222
grottenschlecht [salopp] [äußerst schlecht]
vile {adj} [extremely unpleasant, nasty]
121
widerwärtig
exalted {adj} [extremely happy, elated]
119
begeistert
abysmal {adj} [extremely bad]
117
hundsmiserabel [ugs.] [pej.]
beat {adj} [coll.] [postpos.] [extremely tired]
98
geschafft [ugs.] [müde und erschöpft]
pinpoint {adj} [extremely small]
90
stecknadelkopfgroß
bountiful {adj} [extremely generous]
88
großzügig [freigiebig]
livid {adj} [extremely angry]
71
fuchsteufelswild [äußerst verärgert]
terrific {adj} [coll.] [extremely good or intense, often used in a sarcastic sense]
50
doll [ugs.] [großartig oder sehr ausgeprägt, oft im ironischen Sinn gebraucht] [vgl. toll]
sorely {adv} [extremely]
37
äußerst
perished {adj} [Br.] [coll.] [feeling extremely cold]
35
durchgefroren
beat {adj} [coll.] [extremely tired]
32
fertig [ugs.] [erledigt, erschöpft]
knackered {adj} [Br.] [coll.] [extremely tired]
30
platt [nur prädikativ] [ugs.] [(körperlich) erschöpft]
most {adv} [before adj.] [extremely]
27
äußerst
most {adv} [before adj.] [extremely]
26
extrem
exhausting {adj} [extremely tiring]
24
kraftraubend
abysmal {adj} [extremely bad]
20
katastrophal [fürchterlich, miserabel]
divinely {adv} [coll.] [excellently, extremely well]
19
traumhaft
most {adv} [before adj.] [extremely, exceedingly]
14
überaus [geh.] [vor Adjektiven]
eyewatering {adj} [extremely high] [of figures, amounts etc.]
11
horrend [sehr hoch] [Zahlen, Kosten, Beträge, etc.]
singularly {adv} [extremely, overly]
9
überaus
crackbrained {adj} [coll.] [very silly, extremely foolish, crazy]
8
verrückt [ugs.] [überspannt, närrisch, hirnrissig]
eminently {adv} [extremely]
7
eminent
idoneous {adj} [extremely rare]
7
geeignet
beat [coll.] [pred.] [extremely tired]
5
erledigt [ugs.] [müde und erschöpft]
apish {adj} [extremely affected]affig [ugs.] [pej.] [überaus affektiert]
beastlily {adv} [in an animal-like manner, cruelly, extremely, etc.] [preferred: in a beastly manner, way, etc.]tierisch [tierähnlich, grausam, ungeheuer usw.]
bladdered {adj} [Br.] [coll.] [extremely drunk]blau [ugs.] [betrunken]
crazy {adv} [Am.] [coll.] [extremely]extrem
crucial {adj} [extremely important]äußerst wichtig
deadlily {adv} [fatally, harmfully, extremely] [preferred: in a deadly manner, way, etc.]tödlich [todbringend, gefährlich, extrem]
glacial {adj} [extremely slow]extrem langsam
starchy {adj} [coll.] [pej.] [extremely formal, stiff]steifleinen [selten] [pej.] [steif, förmlich]
terribly {adv} [very, extremely]heidenmäßig [ugs.]
uproarious {adj} [extremely funny]zum Brüllen [nachgestellt] [ugs.] [sehr lustig]
uproarious {adj} [extremely funny]zum Brüllen komisch [ugs.]
vertiginous {adj} [extremely high]schwindelerregend hoch
vertiginous {adj} [extremely steep]sehr steil
Verbs
to madden sb. [make sb. extremely annoyed]jdn. auf die Palme bringen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
Nouns
crap [vulg.] [pej.] [something of extremely poor quality; nonsense]
742
Mist {m} [ugs.] [pej.] [minderwertiges od. wertloses Zeug; Unsinn]
crap [vulg.] [pej.] [something of extremely poor quality]
193
Dreck {m} [salopp] [pej.] [minderwertiges oder wertloses Zeug]
whopper [coll.] [sth. extremely or unusually large]
126
Trumm {n} [österr.] [ugs.] [sonst regional] [dicker Brocken]
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