Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Extreme"

The meaning of "Extreme" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does at the extreme mean?
A: Thank you a lot
Enjoy your day !
Q: What does extreme googling mean?
A: Means to use google a lot in searching for something
Q: What does extreme vetting mean?
A: Vetting - to examine, assess, review someone

So I assume 'extreme vetting' is do examine very thoroughly.
Q: What does too extreme mean?
A: 「Too」は日本語で 「すぎる」、と思います。「Extreme」は日本語で 「激しい」、と思います。だから、「Too extreme」は日本語で「激しいすぎる」。

Example sentences using "Extreme"

Q: Please show me example sentences with ''extreme conditions''.
A: Extreme conditions are when things are at an extreme: as far as they can go.

“I can’t travel to the Artic because of the extreme conditions.”
The extreme conditions here would be the cold of the Artic.

“The extreme conditions caused us to stop at a hotel for the night instead of finishing the trip.”
Here the extreme conditions could be bad weather, traffic, or some other hold up.

Q: Please show me example sentences with extreme.
A: "that is an extreme sport"
"that is extreamly beautiful!"
"I am extreamly scared!"

you can express a lot of things with "extreme"!
Q: Please show me example sentences with extreme ironing.
A: @dangooo: Extreme ironing is a kind of sport where people iron in dangerous situations, like when jumping out of a plane. Here's a picture

http://cdn77.sadanduseless.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/ir2.jpg

Synonyms of "Extreme" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between extreme and harsh ?
A: thank you so much!!
Q: What is the difference between extreme comfortable and extremely comfortable ?
A: extremely is an adjective of being comfortable. Americans wouldn't say that we are extreme comfortable, because it sounds unnatural. We say that we are extremely comfortable.
Q: What is the difference between extreme and drastic ?
A: They basically mean the same thing, but drastic sounds more desperate, urgent, or more than what is needed. For example:

- He walked an extreme distance. = He walked as far as he could walk or a very far distance.
- He walked a drastic distance. = (I would never say a "drastic distance", but just for this example.) He walked as far away as he could - much further than he needed to - just to get far away.

- He took extreme measures to lose weight. = He did everything he could to lose weight. Many people might say he did more than what was reasonable. But he really wanted to lose weight.
- He took drastic measures to lose weight. = He took measures that were definitely beyond reasonable because he was desperate to lose weight.
Q: What is the difference between extreme and drastic ?
A: “Extreme” is showing how high of a degree something is. For example:
“The cat was on an extremely high branch of the tree.” Here, the word extreme is describing the degree for how high the cat was.

“Drastic” shows how severe something is, which you would not use for describing height like in the first example above. An example for how you can use the word “drastic” would be: “There was a drastic reduction in prices for food.” This shows how severe or how significant of a decrease there was in the food prices.

The words “extreme” and “drastic” can sometimes be used interchangeably, but usually one of them sounds more natural than the other based on the situation. An example of using them both would be:
“He is drastically taller than last year.”
“He is extremely taller than last year.”
Both of these sentences sound fine, but using “drastically” sounds better here.

I hope this helps and sorry it was so long!

Translations of "Extreme"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? extremes gefallen
A: I am guessing it means “extreme pleasure”
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? extreme
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? extremes meet
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? extreme
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? extreme
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Other questions about "Extreme"

Q: There're always two extreme parties, the one that loves Paris a lot, the other that hates the city.
But, fortunately, I'm part of the one that loves the city does this sound natural?
A: “There are always two extreme parties, the one that loves Paris a lot, and the other that hates the city.
But, fortunately, I'm part of the one that loves the city.”
Q: what does one extreme and the other extreme mean I was always watching some videos on youtube like interviews there was someone who said to another guy that is one extreme the other extreme would be etc what does it mean exactly?
A: it expresses that this is insane, or huge, or powerful. it just emphasises what he says

we are having extreme weather tonight it's supposed to drop to below -30°. the other extreme is that this weekend it's supposed to 38°

every liquid has a pH level. one extreme is a pure base, the other extreme is a pure acid.

airplanes come in different sizes, one extreme is a tiny .5 meter long plane. the other extreme is a 73 meter long plane.
Q: Please show me how to pronounce extreme.
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Q: Generally that is recognized as “something extreme music that is a very few people listen to“. does this sound natural?
A: I am not sure what you are trying to say but you could try and say : I listen to extreme music , a genre that not many people listen to
Q: When you go to extremes, It takes adrenaline does this sound natural?
A: yes it does
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