Definition of 'indeed'
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Better organisation could indeed help many to stay open longer. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Indeed, this may only be the half of it. Times, Sunday Times (2016)One imagines that was praise indeed from Forster. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Magic can indeed happen - but sometimes you just have to give it a helping hand! The Sun (2016)Indeed, many such businesses would have seen this kind of activity as a potential threat to their reputation and brand. Computing (2010)He is convinced that one day he will indeed walk again and convinces you that he will stay on the case for as long as it takes. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Tiger mums make, indeed, for the least content of all parents. Times, Sunday Times (2016)You can be sure that with Pep in charge, they will do very well indeed. Times, Sunday Times (2016)And he does, indeed, know a lot about me. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They may, indeed, be the only hope we have left. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Indeed this obligation already exists in criminal law. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Your daughter may indeed welcome your new friend but tread carefully. The Sun (2014)Their platoon indeed rescued many valuable pieces. Christianity Today (2000)You have really done very well indeed. The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (1892)Yet he takes his work very seriously indeed. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Managers should indeed know more about human beings. MANAGEMENT: task, responsibilities, practices (1974)This is what has indeed happened in the last few weeks. Times, Sunday Times (2013)That would be a sad day indeed. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Indeed the pound may have to weaken yet further if manufacturing is to recover. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Indeed it involves many of the same companies. Times, Sunday Times (2012)This theory is taken very seriously indeed. A Guide to Megalithic Ireland (1992)And this was indeed what happened on an international scale. The Prisons We Deserve (1994)He said he had no brilliant speeches to make and indeed there was little new in what he said. Times, Sunday Times (2008)For a time he did not indeed know whether he was going to survive from one day to the next. Times, Sunday Times (2008)What comes next is indeed exciting. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The torso is indeed very well. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Wales did indeed hold out against France. Times, Sunday Times (2014)This is all praise indeed, yet it is no surprise to hear it. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Indeed, it makes you wonder whether a garden can be a work of art in itself. Times, Sunday Times (2014)High praise indeed - and all fully justified. The Sun (2006)Indeed, guests come in all shapes and sizes. The Sun (2013)I think you'll be in for a very pleasant surprise indeed. The Sun (2010)He said: 'I would be very surprised indeed to find that anybody was making that accusation. Times, Sunday Times (2011)
Trends of 'indeed'
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Translations for 'indeed'
British English: indeed /ɪnˈdiːd/ ADVERB
You use indeed to emphasize your agreement with something that has just been said.
He has indeed been dropped from the team.
- American English: indeed
- Arabic: حَقّاً
- Brazilian Portuguese: de fato
- Chinese: 的确
- Croatian: zaista
- Czech: vskutku
- Danish: sandelig
- Dutch: inderdaad
- European Spanish: en efecto
- Finnish: todellakin
- French: en effet
- German: tatsächlich
- Greek: πράγματι
- Italian: effettivamente
- Japanese: 全く
- Korean: 정말
- Norwegian: virkelig
- Polish: istotnie
- European Portuguese: de facto
- Romanian: într-adevăr
- Russian: действительно
- Spanish: en efecto
- Swedish: verkligen
- Thai: โดยแท้จริง
- Turkish: gerçekten
- Ukrainian: дійсно
- Vietnamese: quả thực
Definition of indeed from the Collins English Dictionary
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