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Portuguese translation of “really”

really

adverb
 
/ˈrɪə·li/
A1 very or very much
de verdade
She’s really nice. I really don’t want to go.
B1 used when you are saying what is true about a situation
realmente
She tried to hide what she was really thinking.
A2 used to give particular importance to a verb
realmente
You really shouldn’t worry.
really? A2 used when you are surprised at what someone has just said
verdade?
“Apparently, he’s leaving.” “Really?”
not really B1 used for replying that something is not true in a way that is less strong than just ‘no’
na verdade não
“Did you like him?” “Not really.”
(Definition of really from the Cambridge English-Portuguese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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