English version

very good

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishvery goodvery goodBritish English old-fashioned used to tell someone in a position of authority that you will do what they have asked ‘Tell the men to come in.’ ‘Very good, sir.’ good
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very goodNo one is very bad, but no one is very good.It would have to be the very best, and by a healthy margin.In my heart I was fiercely competitive: I wanted to be the very best at anything I cared about.He did, of course benefit from having a very good defence.The very best numbers were numbers like 20,23,30,40,57,75,105 and 155.Herta continues to be very good, or at least very silent, about my impotence.He had a very good sense of who he is.
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