really adverb (NOT IMAGINARY)
B1 in fact事实上；实际上；真正地
A2 used to say that something is certain（表示非常肯定）确实地，的确
Thank you, but I really couldn't eat another thing. 多谢，但是我真的什么也吃不下了。
He's really going to do it this time. 这一次他是真的要去做这件事了。
- The constraints of politeness wouldn't allow her to say what she really thought about his cooking.
- I don't really know how she got the job, but I suspect her mother's got contacts.
- He doesn't really mean it - he's just being contrary.
- A joke can be very revealing about what someone's really thinking.
- She's not really angry - it's just a put-on.
really adverb (VERY)
A1 very or very much非常；很；极其
She's really nice. 她人很好。
That's really interesting. 那真是太有趣了。
"Did you like it? Not really (= no)." "你喜欢它吗？" "不太喜欢。"
"I'm getting married to Fred." "Really? When?" “我就要和弗雷德结婚了。”“是吗？什么时候？”
"She's promised to shave her head for charity." "Really? Do you think she'll do it?" “她已经答应为慈善事业做一次跳伞表演。”“真的吗？你觉得她会做吗？”