CET4 TEM4 考 研 CET6
- highly (adv.)
- Old English healice "nobly, gloriously, honorably;" see high (adj.) + -ly (1). Meaning "very, very much, fully" is mid-14c.
- 1. I gather his report is highly critical of the trial judge.
- 2. People at the club think very highly of him.
- 3. It is difficult to praise this immaculately researched work too highly.
- 4. He was highly praised, and deservedly so, by the Asian Times.
- 5. His lyrics are highly literate. He even quotes Voltaire.
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