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indeed

adverb
 
/ɪnˈdiːd/
B1 used to make the word ‘very’ stronger
usato per rafforzare “very”
Many people are very poor indeed.
B1 used when saying that something is correct
usato per rafforzare un’affermazione
“Is this your dog?” “It is indeed.”
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