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Meaning of “truly” - Learner’s Dictionary

truly

adverb     /ˈtruːli/
NOT FALSE
used to emphasize that something is true in every way: The project was truly a team effort.Reality and truth
VERY
B2 used to emphasize a description of something: It's truly amazing to watch a baby being born.Very and extremeComplete and wholeIntensifying expressions
SINCERE
used to emphasize that something is sincere or honest: I truly believe that he is innocent.True, real, false, and unreal
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