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。"
- Security checks have become really strict at the airport.
- I had to fill in this really complicated form.
- We had a really rough crossing - I was sick three times.
- Why do you have a down on him? I think he seems really nice.
- My dad was always really good at making up stories.
"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？”
- "She's leaving." "Really?"
- "I find him very attractive." "Really?"
- "I thought it was the best film I'd ever seen." "Really?"
- "I think they've just sold their house." "Really?"
- "I saw him in town yesterday." "Really?"