Definition Even

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even: more, still, yet all the more
Bruno not only paid the entrance fee for me, he even bought me a drink.
Bruno is impressed by Susie's charm, but he is even more impressed by her efficiency.

(an) even (number): (a) not odd (number); (a number) that is divisible by 2

(an) even (surface): (a) smooth, flat, straight, regular, constant, steady, stable (surface)
Bruno has an even temper. He rarely gets angry.
Icarus has very even teeth. They are all straight and bright.
We're even. We're equal, we're okay.

(or) even: (or) more so, to a greater extent, to a greater degree, further
If you'd like to have a drink on Tuesday, or even go out to dinner, please call me.


  • "I didn't even know there was a country called Kalackistan."
  • "First you invite us to a wedding to a mysterious French man that you've never even mentioned to us."
  • "Philip : Well, that seems highly improbable, even ridiculous."
  • "A president can't use his power to further his own interests, or the interests of his family or friends or even the man he's madly in love with."
  • "Everything depends on billing - how many hours you spend even thinking about a client."
  • "Don't even look at me or I'll chop you into pieces."
  • "A man who produced some of the most beautiful odors this planet has ever known, and even sold some of them as perfumes."
  • "I understand that you wanted to marry a rich guy, at least that makes sense, but yet here you are back in London with nothing to show for it, not even a fancy diamond ring."
  • "Susie : Then he said something even more bizarre."
  • "Apparently, my job is so boring even a robot refuses to do it."

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