Really

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Definition

really: honestly, truly, in fact, actually; very much, a lot
adverb
-I'm the Czar of Kalackistan. -Really? Is that true?

Pronunciation examples
UK: I really am the Queen of Sheba.
US: I don't really believe you.

Examples

  • "Edward :The FBI? Really?"
  • "What I really needed was to spend a bit of time with my best mates Samantha and Jenny, who I've known for ages."
  • "Don't be shy, really get your nose right in there."
  • "I think you are really fit."
  • "What's really troubling you, friend?"
  • "Icarus : Yes, you really rocked the house, Mr. Lucky."
  • "It's really cold here!"
  • "I really hope that this is Xiao Xiao, the woman interested in buying my masterpiece, "Multiplicity"."
  • "You will make someone really happy someday."
  • "Oh man, this is really livin'."

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