| крайне сущ. фразы
|| exceptionally; horribly; high; ultra-; most (linton); like devil; one (употребляется вместо неопределённого артикля перед прилагательными для эмоционального усиления); big time (usially used in the end of the sentence to summirize the intensity/extremity of the expression: I'm thirsty and hungry... big time! Damirules); only (only need - крайне необходимо immortalms); rare and... (VLZ_58); fine and... (VLZ_58); flat out (VLZ_58); beyond words (You are disingenuous beyond words. Игорь Миг); all the more (which makes his approach to war all the more difficult to explain. Игорь Миг)|
|| worst kind (ssn)|
|| extra (You should be extra careful. ART Vancouver); to no end (zabic)|
|| in the extreme (A rather formal usage: "His response was impolite in the extreme." Liv Bliss)|
|| as a basket of chips (Bobrovska); uber (используется перед существительными Huckaedlo)|
| крайне нареч. в начало
|| extremely; blankly; awfully; enormously; amain; exceedingly (e.g., Although some detectives are also registered CSIs, this is exceedingly rare in actual life.); spanking; utterly; the worst kind; nothing if not; badly; densely; sorely; too; no end (Anglophile); extravagantly (Notburga); incredibly (Азери); widely (ssn); hugely (In 1996, a hugely unpopular Yeltsin was reelected amid widespread vote rigging🇺🇸 Игорь Миг); particularly (cognachennessy); largely (cognachennessy); severely (cognachennessy); increasingly (Julia_orlovaaa); deadly (as in: deadly dangerous - крайне/смертельно опасный Игорь Миг); wildly (Meanwhile, their coverage of other U.S. presidential candidates has varied wildly. --- WSJ, США (2016) Игорь Миг); agonizingly (Used meaning ‘extremely’ to emphasize something negative. OLD Stregoy); massively (крайне смышленный <> I have a massively talented chef with a doubtful emotional stability... who seems to be heading a band of thieves. /// as in : крайне дорогой / Now I find out he knows all about cheese and has been to this massively expensive resort, so I'm even more confused. Игорь Миг); monumentally (Игорь Миг); ultimately (Syrira); overly (The book also seeks to quash the narrative that Britain was overly reliant on American equipment, pointing out that 31 per cent of all armaments used by the US in Europe were supplied by the British.telegr.uk.17 Игорь Миг); aggressively (That's because I need things aggressively. ** Carthy J.A. found that the events leading up to the election created an "aggressively competitive atmosphere". Игорь Миг); disconcertingly (Sergei Aprelikov); archly (PanKotskiy); intensely (см. intensely unpopular Игорь Миг); rabidly (конт. Nuland told Pyatt not to appoint the moderate Vitally Klitschko, the EU’s favorite, to become Ukraine’s new leader, but instead to appoint the rabidly anti-Russian Arseniy Yatsenyuk. Игорь Миг)|
| австрал., сл.
|| bloody; doggone|
| амер., прост.
| амер., эмоц.
| амер., прост.
|| mondo (Anglophile)|
| книжн., неодобр.
|| highly; quite; to the utmost degree; very|
|| abnormally (tempomixa)|
|| vastly; corking; tremendously (Andrey Truhachev)|
|| bitterly (bellb1rd)|
|| to the world; all-fired|
| уст., поэт.
|| fucking (Andrey Truhachev)|
|| desperate; mightily|
|| beastly; dead; desperately; really; thumping|