- 真实地， 如实地
- 真正地 really
- 忠实地,真诚地 sincerely
in accordance with truth or fact or reality;
"she was now truly American"
"a genuinely open society"
"they don't really listen to us"
"baseball rightfully is the nation's pastime"
with sincerity; without pretense;
"she praised him sincerely for his victory"
"was unfeignedly glad to see his old teacher"
"we are truly sorry for the inconvenience"
in fact (used as intensifiers or sentence modifiers);
"in truth, moral decay hastened the decline of the Roman Empire"
"really, you shouldn't have done it"
"a truly awful book"
- The performance truly exalted the audience.
- She didn't let anyone know what she truly felt.
- The birth of a baby is truly a blessed event.
- He knew he had behaved badly and he seemed truly sorry.
- Mary is truly a homespun girl from the country.
- He is a truly good man.
- You must speak truly.
- I am truly grateful for all your help.
An elegy that may truly be called tragical.出自： Goldsmith
It has been truly said that Crufts is..a festival of the dog.出自：Field
- truly, indeed, really
- 这三个词都可表示“真正地”。其区别在于:indeed多用于肯定对方的话或加强自己的话; really多用于进一步说服对方,或表示惊奇,或表示含蓄的怀疑; 而truly多用于强调事物的真实性。例如:
- You are right.It is indeed a difficult problem.你说得对,这真是一道难题。
- Do you really want to go?你真要去吗?
- It is truly hot.今天真热。
- truly, practically, really
- truly强调事物的真实性,表示事物是“真实的,正确的,有道理的”; really强调所述与事实相符,即“事实就是如此”; practically则指与事实相差无几,语气最弱。例如:
- This is a really〔truly〕 beautiful picture.这确实是一张很美的画。
- There was a truly beautiful view from the window.窗外景观确实美极了。
- He had practically finished his meal when I arrived.我到达时他差不多吃完饭了。
- I really don't like her.我可真不喜欢她。