A word that modifies the meaning of a verb or of an adjective: he slept quietly, it's extremely late - or of another adverb: very well written.
a word that modifies or qualifies a verb, adjective, or adverb, often answering a question such as how? why? when? or where?: e.g., slowly, fortunately, early, abroad. An adverbial phrase or adverbial clause is a group of words modi- fying a verb, adjective, or adverb: e.g., by force, in revenge. See also conjunctive adverb.
the word class that qualifies verbs or clauses
a word that modifies something other than a noun
a modifying part of speech, targeting anything other than a noun
a word that describes an action of a verb, like quickly or carelessly
a word that describes an action, telling "how," "when" or "where" the action took place
a word that describes how things are done
a word that modifies a verb, giving more detail about the action described by the verb
a word that qualifies the action of the verb, that is, it specifies how or when the action is performed
a word that tells "how," "when," "where," or "how much"
a word that tells in what way an action is performed
a word that tells more about a verb
a word that tells you how something is done, whether, for instance, it is done quickly, efficiently, neatly, badly or well
a word used to describe a verb, as in 'steadily' in 'I climbed steadily'
a word used to tell more about a verb , and it almost always answers the question "how"
a word which usually describes a verb
A word that modifies the action of the verb in some way, such as "walk slowly," "live well," "get up early," "never say 'die'."
a word serving as a modifier of a verb, an adjective, another adverb, a preposition phrase clause, or a sentence, and expressing some relation of manner or quality, place, time, degree, number, cause, opposition, affirmation, or denial. It answers the questions "where?", "when?", or "how?", even if you didn't ask.
a word which tells you more about a verb or an adjective, e.g. wireless technology is evolving rapidly widely adopted system
Traditionally, the part of speech which qualifies a verb: some important semantic classes of adverbs are manner, time, place. Adjectives are often said to be qualified by adverbs too: e.g. muy bien.
A word that modifies the meaning of a verb, an adjective, or another adverb. They answer the questions "how?" "when?" "where?" etc. The little girl climbed quickly up the very tall tree. Adverbs are capable of comparison: positive fast, quickly comparative faster, more quickly superlative fastest, most quickly.
A word used to modify the verb, giving information about the circumstances or nature of an event or state. E.g. They enjoyed the play enormously.
A word that describes a verb. They tell how something happened, when it happened, where it happened, or how much happened.
An adverb is a word that adds information to a verb, an adjective, or an adverb. An adverb is often a form of an adjective in English. Very, quickly, and beautifully are all adverbs.
A word which is used to say for example, when, where or how something hapens. More on this...
A word that modifies or otherwise qualifies a verb, an adjective, or another adverb. Gestures gracefully; exceptionally quiet engine.
A word that modifies a verb by describing, refining, or qualifying it. (i.e., he walked silently)
This is a word that gives more information about a verb or adjective, for example, She ran quickly often go out at night; My wife is stunningly beautiful; It’s very cold.
"modifying words" like "quickly", "soon" or "hardly"
A word that modifies a verb, an adjective, or another adverb, such as brightly in The sun shines brightly.
a word that makes addition or change of a verb and made by adding -ly to the end of a word to make the sense "in a ___ manner."
An open word class which includes happily, slowly, quietly, now, and very. Adverbs can modify an adjective (e.g. very big), another adverb (e.g. very quietly) or a verb (e.g. John walked slowly). See also
An adverb modifies a verb, an adjective, another adverb, a phrase, or a clause. beautifully designed, blatantly obvious, fairly easily
A word which describes or gives more information about a verb, adjective, adverb or phrase. In the following sentences, 'cheerfully', 'spotlessly', 'extremely', 'well', and 'right' are adverbs: She smiled cheerfully. The house was spotlessly clean. He's managing extremely well. The shot was heard right outside the door.
A word that gives more information about a word other than a noun eg. quietly; then; slowly; deeply; there; most words which end with â€˜ly
A word like slowly, quietly, well, often etc. An adverb modifies a verb.
An adverb is a part of speech. It is a word that modifies any other part of language: verbs, adjectives (including numbers), clauses, sentences and other adverbs, except for nouns; modifiers of nouns are primarily determiners and adjectives.