genuinely


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gen·u·ine

 (jĕn′yo͞o-ĭn)
adj.
1. Actually possessing the alleged or apparent attribute or character: genuine leather.
2. Not spurious or counterfeit; authentic: Tests proved that the letter was genuine, and not a forgery. See Synonyms at authentic.
3.
a. Honestly felt or experienced: genuine devotion.
b. Actual; real: a genuine dilemma.
4. Free from hypocrisy or dishonesty; sincere: Is he being genuine in making these compliments?
5. Being of pure or original stock: a genuine Hawaiian.

[Latin genuīnus, natural, possibly from alteration of ingenuus, native, freeborn; see ingenuous.]

gen′u·ine·ly adv.
gen′u·ine·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.genuinely - in accordance with truth or fact or realitygenuinely - in accordance with truth or fact or reality; "she was now truly American"; "a genuinely open society"; "they don't really listen to us"
2.genuinely - genuinely; with authority; "it is authentically British"

genuinely

adverb
Translations
بصورة حقيقيَّه
opravduvážně
innilega; einlæglega
iskreno

genuinely

[ˈdʒenjʊɪnlɪ] ADV
1. (= authentically) [funny] → realmente, verdaderamente
he claims, probably quite genuinely, to beasegura, y probablemente sea cierto, ser ...
2. (= sincerely) [believe] → sinceramente, realmente; [want] → realmente, de verdad; [interested, worried, upset] → verdaderamente, realmente
he genuinely wants to changerealmente or de verdad quiere cambiar
they were genuinely pleased to see mese alegraban de verdad de verme
I'm genuinely sorry that Peter has gonesiento de verdad que Peter se haya ido, lamento sinceramente que Peter se haya ido

genuinely

[ˈdʒɛnjuɪnli] adv
[interested, concerned] → sincèrement, vraiment
[surprised] → vraiment, réellement
[nice, funny, good] → vraiment
[democratic, independent] → réellement
[believe, feel, want] → vraiment, sincèrement

genuinely

advwirklich; he is genuinely interested in making it worker ist wirklich or ernsthaft daran interessiert, dass es klappt; they are genuinely concernedsie machen sich ernsthafte Sorgen; I’m genuinely sorry that Peter has gonees tut mir wirklich leid, dass Peter gegangen ist

genuinely

[ˈdʒɛnjʊɪnlɪ] adv (believe, welcome) → sinceramente, veramente

genuine

(ˈdʒenjuin) adjective
1. real; not fake or artificial. a genuine pearl; a genuine antique.
2. honest; sincere. He shows a genuine desire to improve.
ˈgenuinely adverb
He was genuinely pleased to see her.
References in classic literature ?
But he could not understand why he should have been so genuinely affected by the story he was making up.
I might even be genuinely touched, though probably I should grind my teeth at myself afterwards and lie awake at night with shame for months after.
Levin said what he had genuinely been thinking of late.
But, like all beliefs not genuinely held, this one depended very much upon the amount of acceptance it received from other people, and in private, when the pressure of public opinion was removed, Ralph let himself swing very rapidly away from his actual circumstances upon strange voyages which, indeed, he would have been ashamed to describe.
For some time they discussed what the women had better do; and as Ralph became genuinely interested in the question, Mary unconsciously let her attention wander, and a great desire came over her to talk to Ralph about her own feelings; or, at any rate, about something personal, so that she might see what he felt for her; but she resisted this wish.
Caswall was genuinely surprised when he saw Lady Arabella, though he need not have been, after what had already occurred in the same way.
Oh, Anne, don't talk so," said Marilla, genuinely alarmed lest Anne were drifting into deep and dangerous waters.
It is clear that, in so far as the child is genuinely remembering, he has a picture of the past occurrence, and his words are chosen so as to describe the picture; and in so far as the hearer is genuinely apprehending what is said, the hearer is acquiring a picture more or less like that of the child.
Bilibin was now at army headquarters in a diplomatic capacity, and though he wrote in French and used French jests and French idioms, he described the whole campaign with a fearless self-censure and self-derision genuinely Russian.
Not only was here a woman who was not bent on finding a husband, but it was a woman who wasn't a woman at all; who was genuinely appalled by the thought of a husband; who joyed in boys' games, and sentimentalized over such things as adventure; who was healthy and normal and wholesome, and who was so immature that a husband stood for nothing more than an encumbrance in her cherished scheme of existence.
Elinor was not inclined, after a little observation, to give him credit for being so genuinely and unaffectedly ill-natured or ill-bred as he wished to appear.
were both decent seemed minded and genuinely inquisitive.