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  1. Very Pay gives you a choice of ways to pay. And you can avoid interest on every purchase. Monthly. You can choose to pay monthly with flexible monthly payments. You always have the flexibility to pay a monthly amount that suits you. This must be at least £5 or 7% of your balance. The minimum payment is detailed on your statement.

  2. Choose the Right Synonym for very. same, selfsame, very, identical, equivalent, equal mean not different or not differing from one another. same may imply and selfsame always implies that the things under consideration are one thing and not two or more things. took the same route. derived from the selfsame source.

  3. very adjective [before noun] (FARTHEST POINT) used to describe or emphasize the farthest point of something: He found the piece of paper he had lost at the very bottom of the pile. We were at the very end of the line, so we didn't manage to get any tickets. SMART Vocabulary: related words and phrases.

  4. Synonyms for VERY: extremely, incredibly, terribly, highly, too, damned, so, damn; Antonyms of VERY: somewhat, little, slightly, nominally, negligibly, just, hardly, marginally Merriam-Webster Logo Menu Toggle

  5. adverb. in a high degree; extremely; exceedingly: A giant is very tall. (used as an intensive emphasizing superlatives or stressing identity or oppositeness): the very best thing; in the very same place as before. adjective, (Obsolete) ver·i·er, ver·i·est. precise; particular: That is the very item we want.

  6. Britannica Dictionary definition of VERY. 1. : to a great degree : extremely — used for emphasis before adjectives and adverbs. a very hot day. very accurate results. a very small/large number/amount. Very few people attended. It was a very unusual/difficult situation. He talks very slowly.

  7. Find 82 ways to say VERY, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at, the world's most trusted free thesaurus. DICTIONARY.COM THESAURUS.COM

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