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    infinitely complex

    Hi
    i want to know in this sentence " it's infinitely complex" (From Interstellar movie) , infinitely is an adverb or adjective ?
    ( in the movie stress is on complex , but infinitely has " ly " )
    and can you say that sentence in another form with the same meaning ?

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    Re: infinitely complex

    "It [pronoun] is [verb] infinitely [adverb] complex [adjective].
    Adverbs modify adjectives, as well as verbs.
    "There's no limit to its complexity."

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