extremely

[ik-streem-lee]
adverb
in an extreme degree; exceedingly: extremely cold.

Origin:
1525–35; extreme + -ly

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extremely (ɪkˈstriːmlɪ)
 
adv
1.  to the extreme; exceedingly
2.  (intensifier): I behaved extremely badly
 

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extremely
1530s, from extreme. Originally "with great severity," late more loosely, "in extreme degree" (1570s).
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Example sentences
Math concepts are extremely difficult to convey, while explaining .
Your job is extremely fulfilling.
Jim is known to be extremely calm and focused under pressure.
This will be extremely useful in a number of ways.
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