really

adverb
1) (in fact: He looks a fool but he is really very clever.) en realidad
2) (very: That's a really nice hat!) realmente, muy
really adv muy / realmente
I am really happy here soy realmente feliz aquí
really? ¿en serio? / ¡no me digas!
really
tr['rɪəlɪ]
adverb
1 (in fact) en realidad
I'll tell you what really happened te explicaré lo que pasó en realidad
did you really say that? ¿de verdad dijiste eso?
2 (very) muy, realmente
it was really interesting fue muy interesante
3 (showing interest) ¿ah sí?, ¿en serio? ¿de verdad?; (showing surprise) ¿de verdad?, ¡no me digas!; (showing annoyance) ¡vaya!
really ['rɪli, 'ri:-] adv
1) actually: de verdad, en realidad
2) truly: verdaderamente, realmente
3) frankly: francamente, en serio
really
adv.
efectivamente adv.
en realidad adv.
realmente adv.
verdaderamente adv.
'riːəli, 'riːəli, 'rɪəli
adverb
a) (in fact)

I really did see him! — de verdad que lo vi!

I really don't care — la verdad es que no me importa

the tomato is really a fruit — el tomate en realidad or hablando con propiedad es una fruta

do you like it? - not really — ¿te gusta? - no mucho

b) (as intensifier)

it's really good/cheap/old — es buenísimo/baratísimo/viejísimo, es muy or (fam) super bueno/barato/viejo

it was really hot — hacía mucho calor

really and truly — de verdad

c) (as interj)

(oh,) really? — (expressing interest) ¿ah sí?

really? — (expressing surprise) ¿de verdad? or no me digas!

well, really! — (expressing indignation) pero bueno!

no, really, I do want to come — no, en serio, claro que quiero ir

['rɪǝlɪ]
1. ADV
1) (as intensifier) (=very)

it's really ugly — es feísimo, es feo de verdad

a really good film — una película buenísima or verdaderamente buena

you really must see it — no puedes perdértelo

I really ought to go — de verdad que me tengo que ir

I'm very sorry, I really am — lo siento mucho, de veras

I really don't know — de verdad que no lo sé

this time we're really done for * — esta vez sí que la hemos hecho *, esta vez la hemos hecho de verdad *

something 1., 2)
2) (=genuinely)

I don't really know — en realidad no lo sé

what really happened? — ¿qué fue lo que pasó en realidad or realmente?

has he really gone? — ¿de verdad que or es cierto que se ha ido?

she's quite pretty really — la verdad es que es bastante guapa

"would you like to go?" - "not really" — -¿te gustaría ir? -la verdad es que no mucho

2.
EXCL

really?: "he left an hour ago" - "really?" — (expressing doubt) -se marchó hace una hora -¿de verdad? or -¿de veras?

"I was in Mexico last month" - "really?" — (expressing interest) -estuve en Méjico el mes pasado -¿ah sí?

"she's getting divorced again" - "really!" — (in surprise, disbelief) -se va a divorciar otra vez -¡no me digas!

I'm fine, really — (in assurance) estoy bien, de verdad

(well) really! — (in disapproval) ¡de verdad!

(well) really! it's too bad of him — ¡pero bueno! or ¡de verdad!, vaya una forma de comportarse la suya

* * *
['riːəli, 'riːəli, 'rɪəli]
adverb
a) (in fact)

I really did see him! — de verdad que lo vi!

I really don't care — la verdad es que no me importa

the tomato is really a fruit — el tomate en realidad or hablando con propiedad es una fruta

do you like it? - not really — ¿te gusta? - no mucho

b) (as intensifier)

it's really good/cheap/old — es buenísimo/baratísimo/viejísimo, es muy or (fam) super bueno/barato/viejo

it was really hot — hacía mucho calor

really and truly — de verdad

c) (as interj)

(oh,) really? — (expressing interest) ¿ah sí?

really? — (expressing surprise) ¿de verdad? or no me digas!

well, really! — (expressing indignation) pero bueno!

no, really, I do want to come — no, en serio, claro que quiero ir


English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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