As one type of idiosyncratic combination, Adv. + N. has seized quite a lot of attention among Chinese scholars in the past three decades. With the emergence of Cognitive Linguistics, new perspectives, though few, about the various facets of this combination have been proposed. Among others, Liu Zhengguang & Cui Gang (2005) proposed ‘decategorization’ as the underlying mechanism, which leads the research to a more profound level. In the light of cognitive semantics framework, this paper redefines this combination as degree intensifier + Noun construction, and presumes the Lexical Concept Scaling Co-selection Model to give a paradigmatic and syntagmatic investigation of such a language complex. Besides, a corpus-based comparative study is conducted concerning semantically similar structures in English and Chinese, which leads to the conclusion that degree intensifier + Noun construction is psychologically realistic and is a multidimensional reflection of human cognition (social, cultural and pragmatic, etc.).