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indeed

adverb /inˈdiːd/
really; in fact; as you say; of course etc
en effet
‘He’s very talented, isn’t he?’ He is indeed ‘Do you remember your grandmother?’ ‘Indeed I do!’
used for emphasis
vraiment
Thank you very much indeed He is very clever indeed.
(Definition of indeed from the Password English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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