What is a word for absolutely necessary?

What is a word for absolutely necessary?

adjective. absolutely necessary, essential, or requisite: an indispensable member of the staff.

What are some necessary words?

  • all-important,
  • critical,
  • essential,
  • imperative,
  • indispensable,
  • integral,
  • must-have,
  • necessitous,

What is another word for much needed?

What is another word for much needed?

vital critical
necessary crucial
imperative indispensable
important needed
required requisite

How do you say something needed?


  1. necessary. adjective. essential or needed in order to do something, provide something, or make something happen.
  2. essential. adjective. completely necessary.
  3. vital. adjective. very important, necessary, or essential.
  4. basic. adjective.
  5. compulsory. adjective.
  6. indispensable. adjective.
  7. obligatory. adjective.
  8. without fail. phrase.

How do you say much needed?

Synonyms for Much-needed

  1. much needed.
  2. badly needed.
  3. necessary.
  4. needed.
  5. essential.
  6. vital.
  7. in urgent need.
  8. required.

How do you use very much?

1 —used for emphasis The company is still very much an important part of the community. She is very much in control of the situation. 2 : to a very great degree or extent Thank you very much. Any help you can provide would be very much appreciated.

Is really and very the same?

REALLY: An adverb, which means that it’s used to describe adjectives, verbs, or other adverbs. VERY: An adverb, but with one hitch – it cannot modify verbs. Really and Very can be interchangeable when they both modify an adjective.

Is it correct to say I like it very much?

Both are grammatically correct. You just have to use proper sentence structure to form the ideology you are conveying to your audience or reader. The second option should obviously be I very much like it. Both are grammatically proper.

How do you say very like?

7 Ways to Say You Like Something in English

  1. I enjoy it. This verb means to “take delight or pleasure in” something.
  2. I love it.
  3. I am passionate about it.
  4. I am fond of it.
  5. I am a fan of it.
  6. I am interested in it.
  7. I am into it.

Can you say I very much enjoyed?

Originally Answered: Is the sentence (I enjoyed it very much) grammatically correct? No. ( Avail and enjoy) take reflexive pronouns. So, the answer is (I enjoyed myself it very much.)

Can I say very much?

As John says, “very much” modifies a verb phrase. It means the same as the more casual “a lot” or “a whole lot”. It’s most natural position is after the verb phrase that it modifies, just like “a lot”, but unlike “a lot”, it can also go before the verb phrase that it modifies or after the main verb of that phrase.