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indeed /ɪnˈdiːd/ adverb

براستی ، حقیقتا ، واقعا ، هر اینه ، در واقع ، همانا ، فی الواقع ، اره راستی
Synonyms: really, actually, certainly, in truth, truly, undoubtedly

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

indeed S1 W1 /ɪnˈdiːd/ adverb
[Date: 1300-1400; Origin: in + deed]

1. [sentence adverb] used to emphasize a statement or answer:
The blood tests prove that Vince is indeed the father.
‘Would it help if you had an assistant?’ ‘It would indeed.’

2. [sentence adverb] formal used to introduce an additional statement that emphasizes or supports what you have just said:
I didn’t mind at all. Indeed, I was pleased.

3. especially British English used with ‘very’ and an adjective or adverb to emphasize a statement or description:
Most of the essays were very good indeed.
Thank you very much indeed.

4. especially British English spoken used to show that you are surprised or annoyed by something that someone has just told you:
‘He said he was too busy to see you.’ ‘Did he, indeed?’

5. why/how/who etc indeed? spoken used when someone has asked you a question, to show that you do not know the answer and you do not think there can be a satisfactory answer:
‘Why would John have left without saying a word?’ ‘Why indeed?’

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

BAD: As for his new novel, I think it's worth reading indeed.
GOOD: As for his new novel, I think it's certainly worth reading.
BAD: He claims that many young people do not want jobs but this is indeed not the case.
GOOD: He claims that many young people do not want jobs but this is certainly not the case.

Usage Note:
Indeed is used (1) to introduce a statement that strengthens a previous point: 'We don't need any more high street banks. Indeed, there are too many already.' (2) to show that you agree with a previous statement or opinion: 'Cancer research has indeed come a long way in recent years.'
To strengthen a point or opinion that has not been mentioned before, use certainly or definitely : 'He doesn't treat his staff very well but he certainly knows how to make money.' 'The first essay is excellent but the second one definitely doesn't deserve more than a 'C' grade.'

BAD: I'm afraid that I won't be able to come to your wedding. Indeed, I'm giving a lecture on that day.
GOOD: I'm afraid that I won't be able to come to your wedding. As it happens, I'm giving a lecture on that day.

Usage Note:
To show that something that you are about to mention is connected by chance with something you have mentioned before, use as it happens or it so happens that : 'We've just seen a really beautiful house and it so happens that it's for sale.'

BAD: Secondary students are under great pressure indeed.
GOOD: Secondary students are under very great pressure indeed.
BAD: We all had a good time indeed.
GOOD: We all had a very good time indeed.

Usage Note:
very + adjective + noun + indeed : 'I thought it was a very clever answer indeed.'
very + adjective/adverb + indeed : 'The quality of the recording is very good indeed.' 'Some of the students did very well.'

BAD: America is a paradise for young people indeed.
GOOD: America is indeed a paradise for young people.

Usage Note:
See Language Note above

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors

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