An overused adverb meaning "in a high degree" or "extremely".
Ignorant people misuse it, in for example:
This Greek pot is very unique.
Katrina was a very disastrous hurricane.
Unique is unique. There is only one. How can you get more unique than that?
Something that is disastrous is just that. "Very" adds nothing.
She's very pregnant.
The word the Knights of Ni cannot hear or say.
A conjunction to link two clauses together.
The dog jumped over the fence AND the cat did too.
Some of the definitions on this site are exceedingly weird.
A letter Apple
really seems to enjoy putting in front of every single product they sell.
iMac? What the fuck is this shit?
*kicks the expensive paperweight*
Used by idiots who can't articulate correctly in place of the word "have".
Cross-reference: Often used in the same sentence as "your
" when what they really mean to say is "you're".
In frequent use in England.
I should of asked for her number.
Those movie tickets cost more than they should of.
It's raining. Your going to be sorry. You should of brought an umbrella.
A statement of disbelief in a sarcastic manner. It`s like "seriously
" but more obnoxious.
The Simpsons - Season 21 - "O Brother, Where Bart Thou?"
Lisa: Global warming can cause weather at both extremes. Hot AND cold.
Homer: I see. So you`re saying "warming" makes it colder.
-Homer calls Lisa crazy and does a stupid dance-
Lisa: Really? Really? Uh huh.. All right.