1. Really | Definition of Really by Merriam-Webster


    Define really: —used to refer to what is true or real — really in a sentence

  2. Really - definition of really by The Free Dictionary


    re·al·ly (rē′ə-lē′, rē′lē) adv. 1. In actual truth or fact: There isn't really a lake there; it's just a mirage. 2. To a great degree; very much: I would ...

  3. Really | Define Really at Dictionary.com


    Really definition, in reality; actually: to see things as they really are. See more.

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  5. Urban Dictionary: Really


    A statement of disbelief in a sarcastic manner. It`s like "seriously" but more obnoxious.

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    Synonyms for really at Thesaurus.com with free online thesaurus, antonyms, and definitions. Dictionary and Word of the Day.

  7. really Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary


    More examples. Security checks have become really strict at the airport. I had to fill in this really complicated form. We had a really rough crossing - I was sick ...

  8. Really dictionary definition | really defined


    An example of really used as an adverb is is someone saying they really want to do something, meaning they want to do something very much.

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