awfully的的用法,awfully怎么读美 ['ɔf(ə)li] 英 ['ɔːf(ə)li]
I'm awfully sorry about that problem the other day.
to an extremely great degree
in a very bad or unpleasant way
used for emphasizing what you are saying
Two months is an awfully long time for your son and his wife to lounge around doing nothing and taking advantage of your generosity.
"You're awfully nice to me, " I said. The nurse called Miss Gage giggled.
One can get awfully. Later the woman presented, lose to let the other side in the body painting tortoise, can be.
There's something about human nature that is awfully repulsive, and the healthier people are, the more repulsive they seem to me to be.
its awfully nice of you to think of me , he said laconically.
Well, it seems like an awfully long ride. (after a while) Driver, how come your meter is running so fast? Is it out of order?
"You have made a good trip of it, " the man told Nansen, "and I am awfully glad to be the first person to congratulate you on your return. "
So he saw hundreds of men, thousands of men, suffering awfully from very deep wounds and left to die without any real assistance.
And trying to do something with a piece of software that it wasn't intended to do can be awfully frustrating.
Look , Mom , Evey tries awfully hard , and anyway you know she can't work that way . Not that that ---I mean , she's a realist , too .