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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “indeed”

indeed

adverb
 
 
/ɪnˈdiːd/
really or certainly, often used to emphasize something
的確,實在
Indeed, it could be the worst environmental disaster in Western Europe this century.
這確實可能是本世紀西歐最嚴重的環境災難。
Evidence suggests that errors may indeed be occurring.
證據顯示可能確實出錯了。
We live in strange times indeed.
我們確實生活在不可思議的時代。
mainly UK Many people are very poor indeed.
許多人確實很窮。
CertaintyConfidence and self-assuranceVery and extremeComplete and wholeIntensifying expressions
used to express that something is correct
確實,當然
"Is this your dog?" "It is indeed."/"Indeed it is."
「這是你的狗嗎?」「當然是。」
Yes, I did indeed say that.
是的,我確實那樣說過。
Words and phrases expressing agreement and acceptance
used to add some extra information which develops or supports something you have just said
甚至,而且
For such creatures, speed is not important - indeed it is counterproductive.
對這些生物而言,速度並不重要,速度太高甚至會適得其反。
I am happy, indeed proud, to be associated with this project.
能參與這個專案計劃我很高興,甚至感到驕傲。
Connecting words joining words or phrases with similar or related meanings
(Definition of indeed adverb from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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