Definitions

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  • adverb informal very

Etymologies

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From Spanish muy.

Examples

  • Regardless, I am now in solid adulthood and burdened with a foreign-language aptitude that can only be described as muy malo.

    Daniel Cubias: Bilingual Curious: Why Every American Should Learn Spanish

  • Regardless, I am now in solid adulthood and burdened with a foreign-language aptitude that can only be described as muy malo.

    Daniel Cubias: Bilingual Curious: Why Every American Should Learn Spanish

  • Regardless, I am now in solid adulthood and burdened with a foreign-language aptitude that can only be described as muy malo.

    Daniel Cubias: Bilingual Curious: Why Every American Should Learn Spanish

  • Shand praise gon ness our fayst moan neople, our prame Shan-deepen, pay name muy feepence, moy nay non Aequallllllll!

    Finnegans Wake

  • Cynllwyd, hoary-headed, she seemed to say; but here, as well as with respect to her first answer, I speak under correction, for her Welsh was what my old friends, the Spaniards, would call muy cerrado, that is, close or indistinct.

    Wild Wales : Its People, Language and Scenery

  • Additionally, either 'muy' or 'padre' are often dragged out, to indicate something is reallllllllyyyyy coollllllll.

    Muy padre?

  • Additionally, either 'muy' or 'padre' are often dragged out, to indicate something is reallllllllyyyyy coollllllll.

    Muy padre?

  • Additionally, either 'muy' or 'padre' are often dragged out, to indicate something is reallllllllyyyyy coollllllll.

    Muy padre?

  • Additionally, either 'muy' or 'padre' are often dragged out, to indicate something is reallllllllyyyyy coollllllll.

    Muy padre?

  • Additionally, either 'muy' or 'padre' are often dragged out, to indicate something is reallllllllyyyyy coollllllll.

    Muy padre?

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