very much
Adverb

very much

  1. Extremely. (Used to modify a verb. To modify an adjective or an adverb, very is used.)
  2. Indeed.
    • 2015, Louise Taylor, Papiss Cissé and Jonny Evans spitting row mars Manchester United’s win over Newcastle (in The Guardian, 4 March 2015)
      An apparent first-half spitting contest between Papiss Cissé and Jonny Evans provided unwanted controversy on a night when Ashley Young’s late winner kept Manchester United’s hopes of Champions League qualification very much alive.
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