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re`-al•ly′


v.

re•al•ly

(ˈri ə li, ˈri li)

adv.
1. actually: things as they really are.
2. genuinely; truly: a really hot day.
3. indeed: Really, this is too much.
interj.
4. (used to express surprise, reproof, etc.)
[1400–50]
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