in fact; truly
very or very much
"she was now truly American"
"a genuinely open society"
"they don't really listen to us"
"to be nominally but not actually independent"
"no one actually saw the shark"
"large meteorites actually come from the asteroid belt"
"in truth, moral decay hastened the decline of the Roman Empire"
"really, you shouldn't have done it"
"a truly awful book"
"she was very gifted"
"he played very well"
"a really enjoyable evening"
"I'm real sorry about it"
"a rattling good yarn"
The government was really directed..in London.
出自： Ld Macaulay
I shall not say what his name is really.
出自： E. Nesbit
Silly, really, to spend your..holiday..digging up a Roman villa.
出自： J. Mitchell
Are they really your friends?
出自： Q. Crisp
误 It was a short trip but we had really a good time.
正 It was a short trip but we had a really good time.
正 It was a short trip but we really had a good time.